|Oracle® Multimedia User's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1)
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Data that describes the content of image media, such as the name of the photographer, and the date and time when a photograph was taken.
A well-defined organization and use of image attributes, data, and often compression schemes that allows different applications to create, exchange, and use images. Interchange formats are often stored as disk files.
Standard protocols and techniques used to store image metadata within an image file. Formats include: EXIF, IPTC-IIM, and XMP.
JavaServer Pages, Java text-based documents that execute as Java servlets, but which allow a more natural approach to creating static content than using servlets.
Compression schemes that squeeze an image so that when it is decompressed, the resulting image is bit-for-bit identical with the original.
Compression schemes that do not result in an identical image when decompressed, but rather, one in which the changes may be imperceptible to the human eye. Lossy schemes generally provide higher compression than lossless compression schemes.
In Oracle Database 11g Release 1 (11.1), the name Oracle interMedia has been changed to Oracle Multimedia.
Object relational type that stores data source information for audio, heterogeneous, image, and video data characteristics.
Summarized versions of applications and Web content situated in defined regions of a Web page that are accessible through enterprise portals.