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1993 4th Workshop on Future Trends of Distributed Computing Systems
Multimedia systems allow the integration of data streams of different types, including continuous media (audio and video) and discrete media (text, data, still images). The information contained in these data streams is often interrelated, and multimedia systems must guarantee to maintain such relationships as the streams are stored, transmitted and presented to the user. This is usually called "Multimedia Synchronization". Unfortunately different authors use the term with diperent and oftendoi:10.1109/ftdcs.1993.344170 fatcat:fdtwl3en7ngo5h4jcojouyh72y