Notes On The 's On Multimedia Mining

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.ISSUES ON MULTIMEDIA MINING ABSTRACT Data mining has proved to popular for extracting interesting information for multimedia data sets, such as audio, video, images, graphics, speech, text and combination of several types of data set. Multimedia data are unstructured data or semi-structured data. These data are stored in multimedia database, multimedia mining find information from large multimedia database system, using multimedia techniques and powerful tools. KEYWORDS: Data Mining, Multimedia Mining, Clustering, Classification. 1. INTRODUCTION Multimedia data mining is a subfield of data mining that using to find interesting information of implicit knowledge. Multimedia data are classified into five types, there are (i) text…show more content…
Multimedia data include structured data and non-structured data such as audio, video, graphs, images and text media. It’s used to provide query processing, update processing, transaction management and Meta data management,security and integritydynamic storage organization Multimedia Data Mining 1.2 MULTIMEDIA DATA MINING CLASSIFICATIONS: The multimedia data mining classified in two categories (a) Static Media and (b) Dynamic media. Static media which contains text, graphics and images and Dynamic media such as Speech, Animation, Audio(music) and Video. Multimedia mining refers to analysis or large amount of multimedia information in order to extracting patterns or statistical relationships. Multimedia data mining Classification 2. BACKGROUND OF MULTIMEDIA DATA MINING Since 1960s the research in the field of multimedia has initiated for combining different multimedia data into one application when text and images were combined in a document. During the research and development process of video synchronization of audio and animation was completed using a timeline to specify when they should be played. The difficulties of multimedia data capture, storage, transmission, and presentation have been explored in the middle of 1990s where the multimedia standards MPEG-4, X3D, MPEG-7, and MX have continued to grow. These are
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