The design and implementation of multimedia signal processing systems is challenging especially when efficiency and real-time performance is desired. In many modern applications, software systems must be able to handle multiple flows of various types of multimedia data such as audio and video. Researchers frequently have to rely on a combination of different software tools for each modality to assemble proof-of-concept systems that are inefficient, brittle and hard to maintain. Marsyas is a software framework originally developed to address these issues in the domain of audio processing. In this paper we describe MarsyasX, a new open-source cross-modal analysis framework that aims at a broader score of applications. It follows a data ow architecture where complex networks of processing objects can be assembled to form systems that can handle multiple and different types of multimedia flows with expressiveness and efficiency.
|Name||MM'08 - Proceedings of the 2008 ACM International Conference on Multimedia, with co-located Symposium and Workshops|
|Conference||16th ACM International Conference on Multimedia, MM '08|
|Period||26/10/08 → 31/10/08|
- Data flow processing
- Multimedia processing framework
- Open-source library