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Chapter 3-Multimedia Retrieval Architecture

Chapter 3-Multimedia Retrieval Architecture

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Published by: hubillanth on May 14, 2010
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Multimedia RetrievalArchitecture
Multimedia retrieval refers to fetching continuous multimedia datafrom the disk.
Multimedia involves very large amounts of data.
Retrieving multimedia needs to be perfectly executed under real-time constraints.
Multimedia retrieval scheme:
Step 1: Host CPU send the retrieval request to I/O subsystem.
Step 2: I/O subsystem moves compressed data from disk tomemory.
Step 3: Host CPU decompresses the compressed data.
Step 4: Host CPU waits for the ready signal from the displaysubsystem, and moves the decompressed data from memory todisplay device and speakers via the display subsystem.
Multimedia retrieval architecture

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