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Multimedia Technologies and Applications for the 21st Century
Multimedia database systems have become more and more important as the tool to extract and generate additional values from multimedia 'Contents'. In this paper, four multimedia database systems are proposed from the view point of promising contents sources; the Network multimedia databases, the Stream MM database systems, the Library MM database systems, and the Real world MM database systems. Important problems to be solved, i.e., 'what to do', are also discussed for each databases. Threedoi:10.1007/978-0-585-28767-6_6 fatcat:mwocxoo3e5awxd5gqk67ipu4ya