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Using Web Services for Accessing and Sharing Multimedia Resources in Distributed Digital Museum

Abstract : In a digital museum exhibition management system, two major issues need to be concerned. The first is regarding the efficient hypermedia generation for virtual exhibitions. The second is regarding the efficient access of multimedia items in a heterogonous environment where distributed digital museum resource management servers may locate at different institutes. This article presents a research project that incorporate the NCNU and INRIA research effort for developing a Web Services-based distributed digital museum content management framework. We first discuss our design of a multi-styles exhibition management framework using XSL for adaptive hypermedia presentation. Then, an endeavor that applies Web Service Architecture for multimedia data access on both keyword-based and content-based media retrieval scenario has been addressed.
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Samuel Cruz-Lara, Julien Ducret, Jonathan Faivre-Vuillin, Eing-Jieh Chang, Bai-Hsuan Chen, et al.. Using Web Services for Accessing and Sharing Multimedia Resources in Distributed Digital Museum. IEEE Multimedia Software Engineering 2003, Dec 2003, Taichung/Taiwan. ⟨inria-00001123⟩



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