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Proceedings of the 4th international conference conference on Computer systems and technologies e-Learning - CompSysTech '03
Multimedia processing is becoming mainstream in today's computing environment. Teaching and learning multimedia basics are relevant to a diversity of scientific areas: signals and systems, data compression, computer graphics, image processing and understanding, digital audio and video, networking. The paper describes a generalized approach to multimedia teaching that is designed to present a multimedia-processing model and the basics of the related disciplines.doi:10.1145/973620.973721 fatcat:7uhoirls4fhr3mvagsvktkiewa