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Formal methods in the development of premo

D.A. Duce, D.J. Duke, P.J.W. ten Hagen, I. Herman, G.J. Reynolds
1995 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
ISO/IEC JTC1/SC24 are developing a standard for the presentation of multimedia objects, called Premo (Presentation Environments for Multimedia Objects).  ...  This paper describes how f o rmal description techniques are being used in the development of the Premo standard, shadowing the development of the standard itself.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors of this paper have been brought together under the auspices of the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC24 Study Group on Formal Description Techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0920-5489(95)00023-n fatcat:m6nivu4ivnhkpppelv3s34xnke

The Open Inventor Toolkit and the PREMO Standard

D. Wang, I. Herman, G. J. Reynolds
1997 Computer graphics forum (Print)  
PREMO is an emerging international standard for the presentations of multimedia objects including computer graphics.  ...  Open Inventor T M is a commercially available \de facto" standard for interactive computer graphics packaged as a library of objects.  ...  Acknowledgements The work presented in this paper has been carried out under the auspices of the ERCIM Computer Graphics Network funded under the CEC HCM Programme.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8659.00177 fatcat:gzk33wbcljdl5chmoozxzppmoq

Relating the primitive hierarchy of the PREMO standard to the standard reference model for intelligent multimedia presentation systems

D.J. Duke, I. Herman, T. Rist, M. Wilson
1997 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
However, the SRM does not instantiate this layer in detail. but instead refers to the Presentation Environment for Multimedia Objects (PREMO) ISO/IEC standard which provides a reference model for a presentation  ...  runtime environment for multimedia.  ...  For an appropriate candidate to instantiate this layer, the SRM refers to the Presentation Environment for Multimedia Objects (PREMO) ISO /IEC standard which is being developed for such environments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-5489(97)00017-2 fatcat:rwpb2gb6zvcpxphibwdijk447m

Programming Paradigms in an Object-Oriented Multimedia Standard

D. J. Duke, I. Herman
1998 Computer graphics forum (Print)  
It is therefore unsurprising that this technology has been adopted by ISO/IEC JTC1/SC24 as the foundation for a forthcoming International Standard for Multimedia, called PREMO.  ...  Of the various programming paradigms in use today, object-orientation is probably the most successful in terms of industrial take-up and application, particularly in the field of multimedia.  ...  Finally, a large portion of the work presented in this paper has been carried out under the auspices of the ERCIM Computer Graphics Network, funded under the European Communities CEC HCM Programme.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-8659.00288 fatcat:3h72hsvr65cvbb3leuhxme7swq

A standard reference model for intelligent multimedia presentation systems

M. Bordegoni, G. Faconti, S. Feiner, M.T. Maybury, T. Rist, S. Ruggieri, P. Trahanias, M. Wilson
1997 Computer Standards & Interfaces  
However, the SRM does not instantiate this layer in detail, but instead refers to the PREMO ISO/IEC standard which provides a reference model for a presentation runtime environment for multimedia.  ...  Within an Intelligent Multimedia Presentation Systems (IMMPS) it is necessary to formulate and encode design knowledge for decision making on the appropriate medium in which to present information and  ...  For an appropriate candidate to instantiate this layer the SRM refers to the PREMO ISO/IEC standard which is being developed for such environments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0920-5489(97)00013-5 fatcat:utucgs52cvcbdbqv5uxpgahi5q

A Standard for Multimedia Middleware [article]

D.J. Duke, I. Herman
1998 Eurographics State of the Art Reports  
PREMO (PResentation Environments for Multimedia Objects) is a project within the SC24 committee of the International Organisation for Standardization (ISO) aimed at developing an API (Application Programmer  ...  environments for media presentation.  ...  -relieve application developers from local specificities relieve application developers from local specificities -allow for an optimal and dedicated software development allow for an optimal and dedicated  ... 
doi:10.2312/egst.19981022 fatcat:ixlwz2qxkragpfrslc4brwihsa

A standard for multimedia middleware

D. J. Duke, I. Herman
1998 Proceedings of the sixth ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '98  
PREMO &Resentition Environments for Mtitimedia Objeck) is a new MO S*dard, to be pub-~b ed in 1998, that defies a middeware frmework encompassing synchrotiation, the mnagement of distributed media resourcw  ...  development coupled Itith strong commercial competition between leadng vendors, has meant that fittle consensus hx emerged over the dwign of programming interfaces to Wow the creation, maniptiation, d presentation  ...  ~RODUC~ON Early in 1998, SC24, tie subcommittee of ISO~C~C 1 concerned with computer~waphics and image processing, completed work on a new standard for multimtia presentation, cdld PREMO @PresentationEnvironment  ... 
doi:10.1145/290747.290806 dblp:conf/mm/DukeH98 fatcat:riu3ia62g5bqhddiddxpzieu7i

Introduction to the special issue on semantic and digital media technologies

Marcin Grzegorzek, Lynda Hardman, David Duce, Siegfried Handschuh, Michela Spagnuolo
2010 Multimedia tools and applications  
The objective of this special issue is to collect and report on recent work that aims at narrowing the large disparity between the low-level descriptors that can be computed automatically from multimedia  ...  To facilitate the world-wide sharing of media, W3C is developing standard ways of denoting fragments of audiovisual content and of specifying and associating semantics with these.  ...  He was also involved in the development of the Computer Graphics Reference Model and Presentation Environments for Multi-media Objects (PREMO).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11042-009-0448-8 fatcat:ggchrqxlbfaqdbjggy643mcmgm

MUSIC: an interactive multimedia service composition environment for distributed systems [chapter]

Piergiorgio Bosco, Giovanni Martini, Giovanni Reteuna
1997 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The objective of MUSIC is to devise a development environment for the composition of distributed multimedia applications over CORBA platforms, that uses a graphical model to support their specification  ...  A movie-like approach has been adopted to assemble both processing service objects and physical networked devices.  ...  [ 1 ] 1 IMA, Multimedia System Services , Draft Recommended Practice, 1995 [2]ISO, Presentation Environments for Multimedia Objects :Part 1, 1996 TINA is an effort carried by a world-wide consortium  ... 
doi:10.1007/bfb0000337 fatcat:z5kl5afgmfhitolfwxm5ostjny

MADE: a multimedia application development environment

Herman, Reynolds, Davy
1994 Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Multimedia Computing and Systems MMCS-94  
MADE is the acronym for an ESPRIT III project aimed at developing a programming environment for multimedia applications.  ...  This paper gives a technical overview of the project and describes a number of application scenarios where the MADE environment will provide signi cant help for multimedia programming.  ...  Although only some of the partners are involved in the speci cation details of the MADE framework (others being responsible for the pilot applications), the team of experts is still rather voluminous.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mmcs.1994.292452 dblp:conf/icmcs/HermanR94 fatcat:y2c3zraxp5d2rdoa7tya5i2fva

WWICE: an architecture for in-home digital networks

Heribert Baldus, Markus Baumeister, Huib Eggenhuissen, Andras Montvay, Wim Stut, Klara Nahrstedt, Wu-chi Feng
1999 Multimedia Computing and Networking 2000  
This new architecture provides a coherent system environment for the home. It focuses on services and applications, which can easily be accessed and controlled by the user.  ...  High requirements on stability, usability, quality and price call for new solutions. This paper describes the concept of In-Home Digital Networks and will then in detail address the WWICE system.  ...  PREMO The ISO/IEC standard 14478 -Presentation environment for multimedia objects (PREMO) defines a middleware layer to facilitiate the development of distributed multimedia applications 9. .  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.373522 fatcat:zze7vc4yq5abnns5ekbqefmu44

Component based platform for multimedia applications [article]

Ovidiu Ratoi, Piroska Haller, Ioan Salomie, Bela Genge
2009 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a platform for distributed multimedia applications which simplifies the development process and at the same time ensures application portability, flexibility and performance.  ...  The platform is implemented using the Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR) and the Cross-Platform Component Object Model (XPCOM).  ...  In 1998 SC24, a subcommittee of ISO/IEC JTC 1 published PREMO (Presentation Environment for Multimedia Objects) [1] a standard for multimedia objects presentation and in the same time a reference model  ... 
arXiv:0908.3082v1 fatcat:tiddkcrsl5bmpgt464orhs4eju

Using LOTOS for the Evaluation of Design Options in the PREMO Standard

G. P. Faconti, M. Massink
1997 unpublished
PREMO, Presentation Environment for Multimedia Objects, is a major new standard under development within ISO IEC.  ...  It addresses the creation of, presentation of, and interaction with all forms of information using single or multiple media. The standard is written using an Object Oriented approach.  ...  The aim of PREMO is the standardization of programming environments for the presentation of multimedia data.  ... 
doi:10.14236/ewic/fa1997.7 fatcat:anlbmzd56zecdnqertrymd26hi

Evaluating object DBMSs for multimedia

P. Pazandak, J. Srivastava
1997 IEEE Multimedia  
Acknowledgments We would especially like to thank the companies and project teams that participated in the survey for their time, for providing the information requested, and for letting us publish it.  ...  We would also like to thank Ram Sriram (NIST) and Mark Foresti (Rome Labs) for helping fund this effort.  ...  Other standards efforts will also affect multimedia database systems. One such standard is ISO/IEC 14478-Presentation Environments for Multimedia Objects (Premo).  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.621581 fatcat:tqmukiijkrbfxhkqg3qxgpz3ym

Multimedia Design: from tools for skilled designers to intelligent multimedia design systems [chapter]

M. Wilson
1998 Designing Effective and Usable Multimedia Systems  
The Synchronised Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL pronounced smile) has recently been proposed by W3C for synchronising multimedia presentations over the world wide web, and GRiNS is the first editor  ...  Since the design task is for multimedia, the set of possible presentation fonns is as wide as possible, while their are constraints placed on the possible fonns, and the mapping, due to cost, time, bandwidth  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work reported in this paper was partially funded by the European Union Esprit programme under grants to the Chameleon consortium for SMIL/GRiNS, the MIPS consortium, and the MMI2 consortium  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35370-8_1 fatcat:mwilp65u65h3bksfiflvhkmyoq
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