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VideoNet and VoiceNet concepts help the realization of interactive video and audio on the Internet

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Wunnava, S.V. ; Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Florida Int. Univ., Miami, FL, USA ; Williams, T.

With recent advances in the field of data and network communications, there is an ever-increasing demand for multimedia information transfers consisting of audio, video and data elements. In addition, the explosion in the Internet application platforms has practically rendered institutions like universities, commercial and industrial organizations to adapt the multimedia communications via the Internet. As the Internet continues to expand, a great deal of emphasis is being placed on technologies that support interactivity and/or real time transfer of data. These include CGI, Java applets, ActiveX, plugins, VRML, JavaScript, and VBScript. In addition, a lot of development work is being done in areas such as real time voice and video communication as well as streaming audio and video. The term multimedia refers to a combination of elements such as text, graphics, images, animation, audio and video. Multimedia technology finds increasing applications in numerous fields such as medicine, education, law, business, engineering, science, music, entertainment, and enhancements for people with disabilities. Multimedia on the personal computer (and the Internet) allows for the creation of a more instructional, communicative and productive environment

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Southeastcon 2000. Proceedings of the IEEE

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