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Issue No.04 - October-December (2005 vol.12)
pp: 92-101
Published by the IEEE Computer Society
ABSTRACT
MultiMedia's 2005 Annual Index
This index covers all technical items—articles, correspondence, reviews, and so on—that appeared in this periodical during 2005, and items from previous years that were commented upon or corrected in 2005. Departments and other items may also be covered if they have archival value.
The Author Index contains an entry for each item, listed under the first author's name. The entry includes the coauthors' names, the title of the paper or other item, and its location, specified by the publication abbreviation, year, month, and inclusive pagination. The Subject Index contains entries describing the item under all appropriate subject headings, plus the first author's name, the publication abbreviation, month, and year, and inclusive pages. We include subject cross references to assist in finding items of interest. Note that the item title is found only under the entry in the Author Index.

Author Index

A

Alisi, T.M., A. Del Bimbo, and A. Valli. Natural interfaces to enhance visitors' experiences [Multimedia at Work]; July–Sept. 2005 80-85

Ashdown, M., and P. Robinson. Escritoire: A personal projected display; Jan.–Mar. 2005 34-42

Altunbasak, Y., and H. Ates. Understanding the future of video coding [review of H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next-Generation Multimedia? (Richardson, I.E.G.; 2003)]; Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

Ates, H., see Altunbasak, Y., Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

B

Baier, G., see Hinterberger, T., Apr.–June 2005 70-79

Bannon, L., see Fernstrom, M., Apr.–June 2005 36-44

Becker, S., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Bednarzek, W. The art and promise of network analysis [Art Beat]; July–Sept. 2005 19-21

Bellini, P., and P. Nesi. Symbolic music representation in MPEG for new multimedia applications; Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

Benini, L., see Farella, E., July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Bimber, O., F. Coriand, A. Kleppe, E. Bruns, S. Zollmann, and T. Langlotz. Superimposing pictorial artwork with projected imagery; Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Bonfigli, M.E., see Farella, E., July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Bo Shen, see Chen, S., July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Boszormenyi, L., see Kosch, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Braun, C.-A. April in Paris: Signs of artificial life along the Seine [Artful Media]; July–Sept. 2005 14-17

Brazil, F., see Fernstrom, M., Apr.–June 2005 36-44

Broeckmann, A. Digital culture, art, and technology [Art Beat]; Oct.–Dec. 2005 9-11

Brunelli, D., see Farella, E., July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Bruns, E., see Bimber, O., Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Burnett, I., see Drury, G., Oct.–Dec. 2005 24-32

C

Cairns, B., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Camurri, A., G. Volpe, G. De Poli, and M. Leman. Communicating expressiveness and affect in multimodal interactive systems; Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

Chang, W., see Diepold, K., Oct.–Dec. 2005 34-41

Chen, S., H. Wang, X. Zhang, B. Shen, and S. Wee. Segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery; July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Chung, S.M., and A.L. Pereira. Timed Petri net representation of SMIL; Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Coriand, F., see Bimber, O., Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Creutzburg, R. Interactive television [review of "Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia" (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004)]; Apr.–June 2005 88-89

D

Del Bimbo, A., see Alisi, T.M., July–Sept. 2005 80-85

De Poli, G., see Camurri, A., Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

Desbrun, M., see Lee, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Diepold, K., F. Pereira, and W. Chang. MPEG-A: A step forward in MPEG standardization; Oct.–Dec. 2005 34-41

Doller, M., see Kosch, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Drury, G., and I. Burnett. MPEG-21: Vision to reality? A backpack journalism scenario; Oct.–Dec. 2005 24-32

Dufourd, J.-C. Laser: The MPEG standard for rich media service; Oct.–Dec. 2005 60-68

E

Ebner, M., and A. Holzinger. Lurking: An underestimated computer phenomenon in closed online courses [Multimedia at Work]; Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

Effenberg, A.O. Movement sonification: Effects on perception and action; Apr.–June 2005 53-59

F

Farber, N., see Fuchs, H., Apr.–June 2005 96-102

Farella, E., D. Brunelli, L. Benini, B. Ricco, and M.E. Bonfigli. Pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage; July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Fernstrom, M., F. Brazil, and L. Bannon. HCI design and interactive sonification for fingers and ears; Apr.–June 2005 36-44

Foote, J. Kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search [Media Impact]; July–Sept. 2005 4-7

Francois, A.R.J., and R. Nevatia. VERL: An ontology framework for representing and annotating video events [Standards]; Oct.–Dec. 2005 76-86

Fuchs, H., and N. Farber. ISMA interoperability and conformance; Apr.–June 2005 96-102

Fuchs, H., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Funaro, J., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

G

Gaffney, N., see Kuzmanovic, M., Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

Golshani, F. Putting ability to work [EIC's Message]; July–Sept. 2005 C2

Gordon, M. The Fictionalization of Lessons Learned [Media Impact]; Oct.–Dec. 2005 12-14

Grohn, M., see Lokki, T., Apr.–June 2005 80-86

H

Hardman, L., see Nack, F., Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

Hart, P.E., K. Piersol, and J.J. Hull. Refocusing multimedia research on short clips [Visions & Views]; July–Sept. 2005 8-13

Hellwagner, H., see Timmerer, C., Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

Hermann, T., and A Hunt. Guest editors' introduction: An introduction to interactive sonification [special section intro.]; Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Herre, J., see Quackenbush, S., Oct.–Dec. 2005 18-23

Hinterberger, T., and G. Baier. Parametric orchestral sonification of EEG in real time; Apr.–June 2005 70-79

Holzinger, A., see Ebner, M., Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

Hull, J.J., see Hart, P.E., July–Sept. 2005 8-13

Hunt, A, see Hermann, T., Apr.–June 2005 20-24

I

Ilie, A., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

J

Jain, R. A true multimedia client; Apr.–June 2005 104, 103

Jain, R. I want my IPTV [Media Vision]; July–Sept. 2005 96, 95

Ji, K., see Tokmakoff, A., Oct.–Dec. 2005 50-59

Jordan, R., see Licks, V., July–Sept. 2005 68-78

K

Kleppe, A., see Bimber, O., Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Kofler, A., see Kosch, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Kosch, H., L. Boszormenyi, M. Doller, M. Libsie, P. Schojer, and A. Kofler. The life cycle of multimedia metadata; Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Kuzmanovic, M., and N. Gaffney. Human-scale systems in responsive environments; Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

L

Langlotz, T., see Bimber, O., Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Lastra, A., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Lee, H., Y. Tong, and M. Desbrun. Geodesics-based one-to-one parameterization of 3D triangle meshes; Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Leman, M., see Camurri, A., Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

Libsie, M., see Kosch, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Licks, V., and R. Jordan. Geometric attacks on image watermarking systems; July–Sept. 2005 68-78

Lokki, T., and M. Grohn. Navigation with auditory cues in a virtual environment; Apr.–June 2005 80-86

Low, K.-l., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

M

Makela, T. Multimedia software as culture: towards critical interaction design; Jan.–Mar. 2005 14-15

McKerrow, P.J. Teaching content creation with programming; July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Murray-Smith, R., see Williamson, J., Apr.–June 2005 45-52

N

Nack, F. You must remember this [Media Impact]; Jan.–Mar. 2005 4-7

Nack, F., J. van Ossenbruggen, and L. Hardman. That obscure object of desire: multimedia metadata on the Web, part 2; Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

Nesi, P., see Bellini, P., Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

Nevatia, R., see Francois, A.R.J., Oct.–Dec. 2005 76-86

Norman, K., see Zhao, H., Apr.–June 2005 26-35

Nuttall, F.-X., see Tokmakoff, A., Oct.–Dec. 2005 50-59

P

Parker, C., and S. Pfeiffer. Video blogging: content to the max; Apr.–June 2005 4-8

Pereira, A.L., see Chung, S.M., Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Pereira, F., see Diepold, K., Oct.–Dec. 2005 34-41

Pfeiffer, S., see Parker, C., Apr.–June 2005 4-8

Piersol, K., see Hart, P.E., July–Sept. 2005 8-13

Plaisant, C., see Zhao, H., Apr.–June 2005 26-35

Q

Quackenbush, S., and J. Herre. MPEG audio: Spatial audio coding; Oct.–Dec. 2005 18-23

R

Radenkovic, M. Novel infrastructures for supporting mixed-reality experiences; Apr.–June 2005 12-19

Rath, M., and D. Rocchesso. Continuous sonic feedback from a rolling ball; Apr.–June 2005 60-69

Ricco, B., see Farella, E., July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Robinson, P., see Ashdown, M., Jan.–Mar. 2005 34-42

Rocchesso, D., see Rath, M., Apr.–June 2005 60-69

Russo, D., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

S

Schojer, P., see Kosch, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Serviss, B. Escaping the world: High and low resolution in gaming [Artful Media]; Oct.–Dec. 2005 4-8

Shen, B., see Chen, S., July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Shneiderman, B., see Zhao, H., Apr.–June 2005 26-35

Smith, B.K., see Zhao, H., Apr.–June 2005 26-35

State, A., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Subramanya, S.R., and B.K. Yi. User-controlled, multimedia-enhanced communication using prior knowledge and experience; Oct.–Dec. 2005 103-104

Subramanya, S.R. Mobile content customization [Media Vision]; Apr.–June 2005 90-95

Sun, Q. Understanding multimedia security [review of "Multimedia Security Handbook" (Furht, B. and Kirovski, D.; 2004)]; Oct–Dec 2005 88-89

T

Tesic, J. Metadata practices for consumer photos [Standards]; July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Timmerer, C., and H. Hellwagner. Interoperable adaptive multimedia communication; Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

Tokmakoff, A., F.-X. Nuttall, and K. Ji. MPEG-21 event reporting: Enabling multimedia e-commerce; Oct.–Dec. 2005 50-59

Tong, Y., see Lee, H., Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Towles, H., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

V

Valli, A., see Alisi, T.M., July–Sept. 2005 80-85

van Dam, A., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

van Ossenbruggen, J., see Nack, F., Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

Volpe, G., see Camurri, A., Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

W

Wang, H., see Chen, S., July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Wee, S., see Chen, S., July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Welch, G., A. State, A. Ilie, K.-L. Low, A. Lastra, B. Cairns, H. Towles, H. Fuchs, R. Yang, S. Becker, D. Russo, J. Funaro, and A. van Dam. Immersive electronic books for surgical training; July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Williamson, J., and R. Murray-Smith. Sonification of probabilistic feedback through granular synthesis; Apr.–June 2005 45-52

Y

Yang, R., see Welch, G., July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Yi, B.K., see Subramanya, S.R., Apr.–June 2005 90-95

Z

Zhang, X., see Chen, S., July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Zhao, H., B.K. Smith, K. Norman, C. Plaisant, and B. Shneiderman. Interactive sonification of choropleth maps; Apr.–June 2005 26-35

Zollmann, S., see Bimber, O., Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

SUBJECT INDEX

A
Acoustic equipment

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Acoustic signal processing

EEG, real time, parametric orchestral sonification. Hinterberger, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 70-79

perception and action, movement sonification, effects. Effenberg, A.O., Apr.–June 2005 53-59

rolling ball, continuous sonic feedback. Rath, M., + , Apr.–June 2005 60-69

Adaptive systems

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

Application program interfaces

refocusing multimedia research on short clips. Hart, P.E., + , July–Sept. 2005 8-13

Art

art and promise of network analysis. Bednarzek, W., July–Sept. 2005 19-21

digital culture, art, and technology. Broeckmann, A., Oct.–Dec. 2005 9-11

multimedia software, culture, critical interaction design. Makela, T., Jan.–Mar. 2005 14-15

multimodal interactive systems, communicating expressiveness. Camurri, A., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

superimposing pictorial artwork, projected imagery. Bimber, O., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Audio coding

MPEG audio: Spatial audio coding. Quackenbush, S., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 18-23

Audio signal processing;
see Audio coding
Audio systems

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Audio-visual systems

approaches to lifelogging. Nack, F., Jan.–Mar. 2005 4-7

Auditory system

perception and action, movement sonification, effects. Effenberg, A.O., Apr.–June 2005 53-59

B
Biomedical equipment

immersive electronic books for surgical training. Welch, G., + , July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Book reviews

Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005 88-89

H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next-Generation Multimedia (Richardson, I.E.G.; 2003). Altunbasak, Y., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

Multimedia Security Handbook (Furht, B. and Kirovski, D.; 2004). Sun, Q., Oct–Dec 2005 88-89

Brain;
see Electroencephalography
Broadcasting

book review; Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005

Buffer storage;
see Cache storage
Business data processing;
see Electronic commerce
C
Cache storage

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Cameras

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Cameras;
see Video cameras
Circuit theory;
see Network analysis
Civil engineering

lurking, an underestimated computer phenomenon in closed online courses. Ebner, M., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

Client-server systems

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Cognition

approaches to lifelogging. Nack, F., Jan.–Mar. 2005 4-7

Cognitive systems

approaches to lifelogging. Nack, F., Jan.–Mar. 2005 4-7

Communication standards

ISMA interoperability and conformance. Fuchs, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 96-102

Computational geometry

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Computer applications;
see Handicapped aids; Multimedia systems
Computer displays

escritoire, pers. projected display. Ashdown, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 34-42

superimposing pictorial artwork, projected imagery. Bimber, O., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Computer games

escaping the world, high and low resolution in gaming. Serviss, B., Oct.–Dec. 2005 4-8

Computer graphics

natural interfaces to enhance visitors' experiences. Alisi, T.M., + , July–Sept. 2005 80-85

Computer graphics;
see Rendering (computer graphics); Virtual reality
Computer input-output

EEG, real time, parametric orchestral sonification. Hinterberger, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 70-79

Computer installation;
see Storage media
Computer peripheral equipment;
see Computer displays
Computer software;
see Software standards
Conformance testing

ISMA interoperability and conformance. Fuchs, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 96-102

Consumer electronics

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Consumer products

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Content-based retrieval

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Content management

book review; Multimedia Security Handbook (Furht, B. and Kirovski, D.; 2004). Sun, Q. Oct–Dec 2005 88-89

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Copy protection;
see Watermarking
D
Database management systems;
see Meta data
Data handling

multimedia metadata, life cycle. Kosch, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Data handling;
see Multimedia computing; Sorting
Differential geometry

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Digital communication

book review; Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005 88-89

digital culture, art, and technology. Broeckmann, A., Oct.–Dec. 2005 9-11

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Digital communication;
see Digital television
Digital computers;
see Microcomputers
Digital systems;
see Digital communication
Digital television

book review; Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005 88-89

Directed graphs;
see Petri nets
Display instrumentation;
see Computer displays
Distance learning

lurking, an underestimated computer phenomenon in closed online courses. Ebner, M., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

Distributed computing

multimedia metadata, life cycle. Kosch, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 80-86

Distributed processing;
see Client-server systems
E
Education;
see Distance learning; Educational courses; Educational technology; Engineering education
Educational aids

immersive electronic books for surgical training. Welch, G., + , July–Sept. 2005 22-35

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Educational courses

lurking, an underestimated computer phenomenon in closed online courses. Ebner, M., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

Educational technology

virtual environ., navig., auditory cues. Lokki, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 80-86

EFTS;
see Electronic commerce
Electroencephalography

real time, parametric orchestral sonification. Hinterberger, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 70-79

Electronic commerce

MPEG-21 event reporting, enabling multimedia e-commerce. Tokmakoff, A., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 50-59

Electronic publishing

immersive electronic books for surgical training. Welch, G., + , July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Electronic publishing;
see Content management
Electronics industry;
see Consumer electronics
Encoding;
see Audio coding; Image coding
Engineering;
see Civil engineering; Engineering education
Engineering education

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Exhibitions

natural interfaces to enhance visitors' experiences. Alisi, T.M., + , July–Sept. 2005 80-85

F
File organization;
see Storage management
Finite element analysis;
see Mesh generation
G
Geometry;
see Computational geometry; Differential geometry
Government policies;
see Research initiatives
Graphical user interfaces

natural interfaces to enhance visitors' experiences. Alisi, T.M., + , July–Sept. 2005 80-85

superimposing pictorial artwork, projected imagery. Bimber, O., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Groupware

art and promise of network analysis. Bednarzek, W., July–Sept. 2005 19-21

H
Handicapped aids

choropleth maps, interactive sonification. Zhao, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 26-35

High-level languages

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Human computer interaction

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Human factors

multimodal interactive systems, communicating expressiveness. Camurri, A., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

Humanities;
see Art; Music
I
IEEE

list of reviewers, 2004. Jan.–Mar. 2005 C2-1

Image coding

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

Image coding;
see Video coding
Image processing;
see Image coding; Image resolution; Video signal processing
Image resolution

escaping the world, high and low resolution in gaming. Serviss, B., Oct.–Dec. 2005 4-8

geometric attacks on image watermarking systems. Licks, V., + , July–Sept. 2005 68-78

Image texture analysis

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Indexing

ontology framework for representation and annotation of video events. Francois, A.R.J., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 76-86

Information analysis;
see Indexing
Information networks;
see Internet
Information resources;
see Web sites
Information retrieval systems

kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search. Foote, J., July–Sept. 2005 4-7

Information science;
see Information retrieval systems
Intelligent sensors

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

Interactive programming

pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage. Farella, E., + , July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Interactive systems

choropleth maps, interactive sonification. Zhao, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 26-35

fingers and ears, HCI design and interactive sonification. Fernstrom, M., + , Apr.–June 2005 36-44

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

multimodal interactive systems, communicating expressiveness. Camurri, A., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

perception and action, movement sonification, effects. Effenberg, A.O., Apr.–June 2005 53-59

pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage. Farella, E., + , July–Sept. 2005 46-58

probabilistic feedback, granular synthesis, sonification. Williamson, J., + , Apr.–June 2005 45-52

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

rolling ball, continuous sonic feedback. Rath, M., + , Apr.–June 2005 60-69

Interactive systems;
see Virtual reality
Internet

desire, multimedia metadata, Web, part 2, obscure object. Nack, F., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

Internet protocol TV, IPTV. Jain, R., July–Sept. 2005 96, 95

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

ISMA interoperability and conformance. Fuchs, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 96-102

max, video blogging, content. Parker, C., + , Apr.–June 2005 4-8

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

supporting mixed-reality experiences, infrastructures. Radenkovic, M., Apr.–June 2005 12-19

true multimedia client. Jain, R., Apr.–June 2005 104, 103

ISO

desire, multimedia metadata, Web, obscure object. Nack, F., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

L
Land mobile radio cellular systems

user-controlled, multimedia-enhanced community, prior knowledge and experience. Subramanya, S.R., + , Apr.–June 2005 90-95

Learning systems

lurking, an underestimated computer phenomenon in closed online courses. Ebner, M., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 70-75

M
Management;
see Content management
Man-machine systems

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

Mathematics;
see Probability
Mesh generation

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Meta data

book review; Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005 88-89

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Microcomputers

user-controlled, multimedia-enhanced community, prior knowledge and experience. Subramanya, S.R., + , Apr.–June 2005 90-95

Mobile communication

pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage. Farella, E., + , July–Sept. 2005 46-58

Multimedia communication

book review; Digital Interactive TV and Metadata: Future Broadcast Multimedia (Lugmayr, A. et al.; 2004). Creutzburg, R., Apr.–June 2005 88-89

book review; H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next Generation Multimedia (Richardson, I.E.G.; 2003). Altunbasak, Y., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

ISMA interoperability and conformance. Fuchs, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 96-102

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

software, culture, critical interaction design. Makela, T., Jan.–Mar. 2005 14-15

true multimedia client. Jain, R., Apr.–June 2005 104, 103

user-controlled, multimedia-enhanced community, prior knowledge and experience. Subramanya, S.R., + , Apr.–June 2005 90-95

Multimedia computing

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Multimedia systems

April in Paris, signs of artificial life along the Seine. Braun, C.-A., July–Sept. 2005 14-17

book review; Multimedia Security Handbook (Furht, B. and Kirovski, D.; 2004). Sun, Q., Oct–Dec 2005 88-89

desire, multimedia metadata, Web, obscure object. Nack, F., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search. Foote, J., July–Sept. 2005 4-7

Laser, the MPEG standard for rich media service. Dufourd, J.-C., Oct.–Dec. 2005 60-68

max, video blogging, content. Parker, C., + , Apr.–June 2005 4-8

MPEG-21 event reporting, enabling multimedia e-commerce. Tokmakoff, A., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 50-59

MPEG-21, vision to reality, a backpack journalism scenario. Drury, G., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 24-32

MPEG-A, a step forward in MPEG standardization. Diepold, K., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 34-41

MPEG audio: Spatial audio coding. Quackenbush, S., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 18-23

refocusing multimedia research on short clips. Hart, P.E., + , July–Sept. 2005 8-13

supporting mixed-reality experiences, infrastructures. Radenkovic, M., Apr.–June 2005 12-19

symbolic music representation in MPEG for new multimedia applic. Bellini, P., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Multimedia systems;
see Multimedia communication; Multimedia computing
Multisensor systems

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

Music

multimodal interactive systems, communicating expressiveness. Camurri, A., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 43-53

symbolic music representation in MPEG for new multimedia applic. Bellini, P., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

N
Network analysis

art and promise of network analysis. Bednarzek, W., July–Sept. 2005 19-21

O
Ontologies (artificial intelligence)

ontology framework for representation and annotation of video events. Francois, A.R.J., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 76-86

Open systems

desire, multimedia metadata, Web, obscure object. Nack, F., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 54-63

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

ISMA interoperability and conformance. Fuchs, H., + , Apr.–June 2005 96-102

Optical computing;
see Symbolic substitution
Optical resolving power;
see Image resolution
P
Patient treatment;
see Surgery
Personal computing;
see Computer games
Petri nets

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Photography

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Piecewise linear approximation

3D triangle meshes, geodesics-based 1-to-1 parameterization. Lee, H., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 27-33

Probability

probabilistic feedback, granular synthesis, sonification. Williamson, J., + , Apr.–June 2005 45-52

Programming

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Programming;
see Interactive programming
Protocols

Internet protocol TV, IPTV. Jain, R., July–Sept. 2005 96, 95

Publishing;
see Electronic publishing
Q
Query processing;
see Content-based retrieval
R
Rendering (computer graphics)

superimposing pictorial artwork, projected imagery. Bimber, O., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 16-26

Research initiatives

refocusing multimedia research on short clips. Hart, P.E., + , July–Sept. 2005 8-13

S
Search problems

kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search. Foote, J., July–Sept. 2005 4-7

refocusing multimedia research on short clips. Hart, P.E., + , July–Sept. 2005 8-13

Security

book review; Multimedia Security Handbook (Furht, B. and Kirovski, D.; 2004). Sun, Q., Oct–Dec 2005 88-89

Sensors;
see Intelligent sensors
Signal processing;
see Acoustic signal processing; Signal resolution; Video signal processing
Signal resolution

escaping the world, high and low resolution in gaming. Serviss, B., Oct.–Dec. 2005 4-8

Signal resolution;
see Image resolution
Social sciences;
see Teaching
Software standards

interoperable adaptive multimedia community. Timmerer, C., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 74-79

Sorting

kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search. Foote, J., July–Sept. 2005 4-7

Sound reproduction

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Special issues and sections

interactive sonification (special section). Apr.–June 2005 20-86

interactive sonification (special section). Hermann, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 20-24

Speech synthesis

probabilistic feedback, granular synthesis, sonification. Williamson, J., + , Apr.–June 2005 45-52

Standards

book review; H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next Generation Multimedia (Richardson, I.E.G.; 2003). Altunbasak, Y., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

Laser, the MPEG standard for rich media service. Dufourd, J.-C., Oct.–Dec. 2005 60-68

MPEG-21, vision to reality, a backpack journalism scenario. Drury, G., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 24-32

MPEG-A, a step forward in MPEG standardization. Diepold, K., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 34-41

MPEG audio: Spatial audio coding. Quackenbush, S., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 18-23

symbolic music representation in MPEG for new multimedia applic. Bellini, P., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

Standards;
see Software standards
Storage management

kooks, obsessives, Sturgeon's Law and the real meaning of search. Foote, J., July–Sept. 2005 4-7

metadata practices for consumer photos. Tesic, J., July–Sept. 2005 86-92

Storage media

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Surgery

immersive electronic books for surgical training. Welch, G., + , July–Sept. 2005 22-35

Symbolic substitution

symbolic music representation in MPEG for new multimedia applic. Bellini, P., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 42-49

Synchronization

geometric attacks on image watermarking systems. Licks, V., + , July–Sept. 2005 68-78

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

T
Teaching

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

Telecommunication;
see Digital communication; Mobile communication; Multimedia communication
Telecommunication services;
see Teleconferencing; Television
Teleconferencing

responsive environments, human-scale systems. Kuzmanovic, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 8-13

Television

Internet protocol TV, IPTV. Jain, R., July–Sept. 2005 96, 95

Television;
see Digital television
Testing;
see Conformance testing
Timing

SMIL, timed Petri net representation. Chung, S.M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 64-72

Topology;
see Differential geometry
Training

immersive electronic books for surgical training. Welch, G., + , July–Sept. 2005 22-35

U
Ubiquitous computing

pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage. Farella, E., + , July–Sept. 2005 46-58

User interfaces

escritoire, pers. projected display. Ashdown, M., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 34-42

User interfaces;
see Graphical user interfaces
Utility programs;
see Application program interfaces
V
Video cameras

April in Paris, signs of artificial life along the Seine. Braun, C.-A., July–Sept. 2005 14-17

Video coding

book review; H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression: Video Coding for Next Generation Multimedia (Richardson, I.E.G.; 2003). Altunbasak, Y., + , Jan.–Mar. 2005 88, 87

Video equipment;
see Video cameras
Video signal processing

ontology framework for representation and annotation of video events. Francois, A.R.J., + , Oct.–Dec. 2005 76-86

Video signal processing;
see Video coding
Video signals;
see Video signal processing
Video streaming

segment-based proxy caching for Internet streaming media delivery. Chen, S., + , July–Sept. 2005 59-67

Virtual reality

environment, navigation, auditory cues. Lokki, T., + , Apr.–June 2005 80-86

pervasive computing for interactive virtual heritage. Farella, E., + , July–Sept. 2005 46-58

supporting mixed-reality experiences, infrastructures. Radenkovic, M., Apr.–June 2005 12-19

Visual system

perception and action, movement sonification, effects. Effenberg, A.O., Apr.–June 2005 53-59

W
Watermarking

geometric attacks on image watermarking systems. Licks, V., + , July–Sept. 2005 68-78

Web sites

teaching content creation with programming. McKerrow, P.J., July–Sept. 2005 36-45

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