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    Title: Formal Specification of an Object-Oriented database for Intelligent Multimedia Presentation
    Authors: Huan-Chao Keh;Timothy K. Shih;Ching-Sheng Wang
    Keywords: Multimedia Database;Object Reuse;Multimedia Presentation;Z Notation;Formal Specification
    Date: 1999
    Issue Date: 2009-12-03 16:32:02 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: The advantages of using a formal specification are in its precise definition of object properties and its declarative description of operations of a system. The Z notation is used widely in the literature of formal system designs and the research of language semantics. In line with the rapid growth of multimedia omputation research, we use the Z notation to describe a multimedia database that supports the reuse of multimedia presentations. The database consists of two layers: the frame layer and the resource layer. A frame group in the first layer is the basic presentation unit to be reused. A resource group in the second layer is a collection of resources to be used by a frame, or a frame group. In the hierarchy, we use four types of links to group frames and/or resources. The main contribution of this paper is in its reuse mechanism of multimedia objects in a multimedia database.
    Relation: International Journal of Applied Software Technology 4(4):181-213
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