The IBM Multimedia Handbook
This jargon-free guide to understanding the fast-growing technology of multimedia helps the business and professional reader comprehend the basic concepts and approach the development of new applications. It provides expert guidance in selecting and evaluating multimedia to serve specific needs and helps the reader avoid common misconceptions and costly pitfalls. Photographs, charts, tables.
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IBM MultImedIa Products
The Development Cycle
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