[ Week 2 ]
MPEG-7 Annotated Bibliography with Hyperlinks
Created 26 January 2005
Answers to frequently asked questions of MPEG-7 audio, including the
application scope, relationship with other standards, technicality of MPEG-7
audio and useful links, which serves as a nice starting point for beginners.
Note, some of the links are not available anymore and apparently this FAQ
has not been updated constantly.
complete overview of MPEG-7 standard, covering every aspect of MPEG-7
standard. The first two chapters provide reader with a general concept and
composition of the standard. In Chapter three extensive discussions on
technical details of the standard are presented, including audio part.
A compact list of vocabulary of MPEG-7 including useful coding
The article provided a better understanding of the objectives and components
of the MPEG-7 and an overview of the current state of its development and an
idea of its expected impact on digital libraries of the future.
This white paper provided a
moderate amount of information about the standard with many coding examples
and special application context and tools discussed. Useful forums and links
are also introduced.
- "NIST MPEG-7 Validation Service". Provided by National Institute of Standards and Technology
(NIST) of U.S.. Processed since December 24, 2001. http://smil.nist.gov/M7Validation.html
(accessed 26 January 2005).
This website provides a service that allows user to enter the MPEG-7 based metadata instance
and validate it in terms of MPEG-7 syntax and generate HTML or XML outputs. Last Updated: January 11, 2002.
This site offers links to several MPEG-7 based application software and
documents including Official MPEG-7 XM Software (ISO15938-6), MPEG-7 Music Structure Extraction,
Spoken Content Transcription and several practical schemas.
A mpeg-7 based
open source audio database project started in March, 2004, which reads mpeg-7 descriptions
and allows useful database like operations. Current version is 0.1.
Java MPEG-7 Audio Encoder project started in June, 2004, which extracts some descriptors and description schemes of the MPEG-7 standard to describe
an audio content (in this case: an audio file).
website that provides DDL FAQ, examples of Descriptors and Description
Schemes and XML-based DDL tutorials and discussion of issues.
This website provides useful
articles and links to MPEG audio standards including
Official MPEG website which includes all latest public MPEG documents.
More industry oriented topics of MPEG standards including important patent
portfolio licenses, reference software, etc.