• Fundamentals of Multimedia
    • School of Electronic, Information and Electrical Engineering
    • Credit. 2
    • MR412
    • Enroll
    • Fall , 2015
    • 1380
    • Course Description:
    • ( Exchange Programme )
    • This course is a restrictively elective course for final year students in Microelectronics, computer engineering and electronic engineering. It covers fundamentals of multimedia theory, multimedia signal processing and multimedia communications. It also features the impacts and needs of multimedia integrated circuit design.
    • Course Syllabus:
    • After completing the course, students are expected to:
      1. Master basic concept of multimedia, types and main function of media;
      2. Understand feature of multimedia data, and master common data compression technology;
      3. Understand color models in images, master the standard color space transformation , the basic properties and types of images;
      4. Master models and composition of video, know about common coding and decoding protocol of video, master the basic principle of typical video codec;
      5. Master models and composition of digital audio, know about common coding and decoding protocol of digital audio, master the basic principle of typical digital audio codec;
      6. Understand principle of multimedia processing SOC(system-on-chip).
    • Schedule:
    • Topics / Credit hours / Teaching methodology / Tasks / Intended learning outcomes / Assessment methods

      1. Introduction / 2 / Lecture / Reading Report / Basic Knowledge / Group discussion
      2. Audio Signal, Multimedia Presentation / 2 / Lecture / Prob. Set 1 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      3. Graphic data types, file format / 2 / Lecture / Prob. Set 2 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      4. Color science, color model / 2 / Lecture / Discussion / In-depth understanding / Group discussion
      5. Video signals, analog/digital video / 2 / Lecture/Lab / Lab Report / Skills with MATLAB, FPGA / Lab report grading
      6. Audio signal sampling and coding, MIDI interface / 2 / Lecture/Lab / Lab Report / Skills with MATLAB, FPGA / Lab report grading
      7. Information theory basics, lossless compression / 4 / Lecture / Prob. Set 3 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      8. DCT transform, JPEG standard / 4 / Lecture / Prob. Set 4 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      9. Video block compression with H.263 / 2 / Lecture / Prob. Set 5 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      10. Video block compression with MPEG-2 / 2 / Lecture / Discussion / In-depth understanding / Group discussion
      11. Video Object compression with H.264/MPEG4/7/21 / 2 / Lecture / Prob. Set 6 / Complete solutions / Homework Grading
      12. Multimedia broadcasting / 2 / Lecture / Discussion / Optional project demo / Project review

      The students are expected to learn the characteristics of the various medias, understand principles of image fundamentals, video and audio, and master common technologies of image, video and audio compression. They will also develop design skills with MATLAB, FPGA and SoC Designer to apply multimedia technology in multimedia signal processing, cognitive computing, and bio-informatics.
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    • Zhu Yongxin
    • Associate Professor
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    • Male
    • E-mail:
    • zhuyongxin@sjtu.edu.cn
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  • Prerequisite Course:

    Signal and Systems, Digital Circuit Design or Analog Circuit Design

  • Textbooks:

    《Fundamentals of Multimedia》,Ze-Nian Li,Mark S. Drew, Pearson Education Asia Ltd., Mechanical Industry Press
  • Grading:

    50% / The final exam
    20% / homework
    20% / lab report
    5% / discussion
    5%. / reading report
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