Table of contents for Multimedia transcoding in mobile and wireless networks / Ashraf M.A. Ahmad and Ismail Khalil Ibrahim, editors.

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Section1 Introduction to Multimedia, Wireless Networks and Transcoding Essentials, Challenges and Approaches:
1. Multimedia Essentials
2. QoS Support in Wireless Networks
3. Historical And Industry Perspective On Transcoding
4. Getting the Big Picture on Small Screens: Quality of Experience in Mobile TV
5. Semantic Multimedia Information Analysis for Retrieval Applications
6. Modality Conversion: Toward the Semantic Frontier of UMA
Section2 Frameworks and Algorithms for Multimedia Transcoding in Mobile and Wireless network:
7. Transcoding vs scalability in video streaming for heterogeneous networks/clients
8. Extreme Rate Distributed Video Transcoding System
9. Semantic based Video Transcoding Architectures for Quality of Service Applications in Mobile and Wireless Video Communication
10. Adaptation and Personalization of Web-Based Multimedia Content 
11. QoE for Mobile TV Services
12. HSM: A Hybrid Streaming Mechanism for Delay-tolerant Multimedia Applications
13. An H.264/Avc Error Detection Algorithm Based On Syntax Analysis
Section3 Applications for/using Multimedia Transcoding:
14. Wireless Collaborative Virtual Environments Applied to Language Education
15. Secure Multimedia Transcoding for Scalable Video Streams
16. Keyless Self Encrypting/Decrypting Scheme for Multimedia Transporting Systems
17. DSP Techniques for Sound Enhancement of Old Recordings
18. Digital Watermarking for Multimedia Transaction Tracking 
19. Image Watermarking Algorithms Based on the Discrete Wavelet Transform

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Multimedia communications.
Mobile communication systems.
Wireless Internet.
Mobile computing.
Coding theory.