Requirements for multimedia database systems in order

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Unformatted text preview: e output of a report created for the employee database whose data entry form is shown in Figure 16.12. The report is used to display (or print) the list of employees who belong to the city of PUNE. The report contains the last name, first name, address-1-, address-2, and telephone number of all such employees. The report is sorted to present the list of employees in alphabetical order of their last name. Many database developers further simplify the job of database users by creating commonly anticipated reports, storing them, and providing a simple graphical user interface to select from the available reports. In this case, the user has to only select one of the reports from the available options while outputting query results. The user needs to create a new report only when none of the available options meet his/her requirement. The newly created report can then be added to the list of available Options for future use. LIST OF EMPLOYEES WHO BELONG TO PUNE DATE: DECEMBER 15, 2001 LAST FIRST ADDRESS-1 ADDRESS-2 NAME NAME Gupta Rajiv A-12, Nandanvan M. G. Road TELEPHONE NUMBER 4623-489 Murli Pandey Raina Ray Sen Singh 5863-490 5865-323 5755-832 4685-635 5762-333 5728-628 Tapan Rupa Pushpa Suhas Prakash Deepak A-ll, Vrindavan D-18, Vrindana C-15, SaritaVihar B-05, Royal Villa B-16, AnandPark A-22, Anand Park Pashan Road Pashan Road Aundh Road M. G. Road Aundh Road Aundh Road Figure 16.13. A sample output of a report to generate a list of employees who belong to Pune. The report is sorted to present the list in alphabetical order of their last name. MULTIMEDIA DATABASE SYSTEMS Traditional database systems are suitable for the storage and management of simple data types such as strings and numbers. With the increased use of computers for multimedia applications over the last several years (such applications are covered in Chapter 19), an increasing trend is to use database technology for the storage and management of multimedia data such as text, graphics, animation, audio and video. The nature of these data types and the hardware and software features required in a...
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