Graphical Methods for Data Analysis (Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole by John M. Chambers, William S. Cleveland, Paul A. Tukey, Beat

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For example, the successive samples of an audio record must be played at a very precise rate in order to obtain high-quality sound [21]. To model the multimedia presentations, the semantic models should have the ability to check the features specified by users in the queries, and maintain the synchronization and quality of service (QoS) desired. Moreover, the semantic models should be able to model the hierarchy of visual contents so that users can browse and decide on various scenarios they want to see.

2. MULTIMEDIA SEMANTIC MODELS Many semantic models have been proposed to model the temporal and/or spatial relations among multimedia objects. Multimedia semantic models can, based on the underlying paradigm and/or the temporal relationship representation, be classified into the following distinct categories: 1. timeline models [27, 88]: timeline. The relationships are represented by a 2. time-interval based models [120, 140, 172]: The relationships are represented by the time intervals. 3. graphic models [30, 33, 114, 181]: The relationships are represented as edges in a graph.

The token is removed from each input place and added to each output place in the firing of a transition. After the firing, each output place remains active for its associated duration. The token inserted Semantic Models for Multimedia Information Systems 31 in each output place remains blocked until duration elapses. The details of the OCPN model are described in Chapter 6. Many later semantic models are based on Time Petri Nets. Chang et al. [37] and Lin et al. [117] develop TAO (Teleaction object) and OEM (Object Exchange Manager).

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