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  1. 1. TOPIC 11 INTERNET AND THE WORLD WIDE WEB1
  2. 2. 2OUTLINE11.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET11.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET11.3 ISSUES OF INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET
  3. 3. 11.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET3
  4. 4. 411.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET September 1969;  United State of America – Department of Defend (DoD) started The Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA)  The first ARPANET node was installed at University of California, Los Angeles Mid1970s – ARPANET covered to more than 30 universities, military fields, and government contractors
  5. 5. 511.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) The used of internet bloomed the computer science community 1983 the internet had hundreds of computer connected within the network 1985, The National Science Foundation (NSF) collaborated with ARPA to support the development of supercomputer centers and the computer science research in ARPANET NSF sponsored one program to repair the backbone of ARPANET by increasing the bandwidth from 56Kbps into T-1 and then into T-3, and also formed branches that connected international web in Europe and Middle East
  6. 6. 611.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) 1989 – the responsibility and management of ARPANET was officially handover by the DoD to the NSF which was research oriented Since then, research organization and universities became the user of the internet Most of the etiquette and rule of use for internet such as sending email and information to the newsgroup was created at that time
  7. 7. 711.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) Mid 1990s – internet had created connection within 60 countries and more than 2 millions computers with more than 15 millions user world wide The used of internet for the reason of commercialization and business was not permitted until the year 1992, however, businesses had become the core to the development of internet 2001 – about 407.1 millions internet user covering 6.71% world population 2003 – more than 550 billions documents online and about 7.3 millions documents and websites developed each day
  8. 8. 811.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) Internet is formed by connecting local network to the computers in each network which is called gateways Gateway connections can be through;  Phone line  Fiber optic cable  Radio connection Additional network can be connected through a new gateway
  9. 9. 911.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) Information sent from computer to another computer assigned by the address of the computer Different address formats are used for different services via internet One of it known as dotted decimal like 123.4.5.67.89 Other like “machine.dept.univ.edu”
  10. 10. 1011.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) Endof each address represents organization type, such as;  Education = .edu  Military = .mil  Government = .gov  Non-profit organization = .org  Malaysian website = .my
  11. 11. 1111.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET (cont) Services via internet;  File transfer or FTP  Email  Telnet  UseNet  Chat
  12. 12. 11.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET12
  13. 13. 1311.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET Importance of internet to integrative media are;  Platform independence  System performance
  14. 14. 1411.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Platform independence  Most web browser capable to deliver multimedia data on the internet  Web browsers have;  Front-end interface  Web GUI  WYSIWYG
  15. 15. 1511.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) System performance  Integrated web browser  Faster internet connection – cheaper  Web hosting, server – provide drop box for easy storage  Can upload and download multimedia data wherever and whenever
  16. 16. 1611.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Use of internet to integrative media are;  Advertisement and catalog  Product demonstration  E-commerce  E-zine  Communication
  17. 17. 1711.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Advertisement and catalog  Multimedia application used for marketing and promoting products and services  Global market via internet  Improve marketing  Effective advertisement
  18. 18. 1811.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Product demonstration  Real world simulation  Real performance of product impact  Good description  Better comparison  Multimedia experience to persuade customer to choose and buy product
  19. 19. 1911.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) E-commerce  Online transaction  Safe  Efficiency  Easy  24/7 anywhere - worldwide  Cost on investment, good return
  20. 20. 2011.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) E-zine  Electronic magazine  Provide more functions and services  No need real magazine – paperless  Interactive – integrated media  Voice, video,  More descriptive  More viewer/reader  More revenue from advertisement
  21. 21. 2111.2 INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Communication  Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) – internet voice/video call  Viber  Whatsapp  Tango  Skype  Etc.  Chat – ym, gtalk, windows messenger, fb chat, etc  Low cost
  22. 22. 11.3 DESIGN ISSUES OF INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET22
  23. 23. 2311.3 DESIGN ISSUES OF INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET Streaming and playback must have;  Codec, java runtime environment (JRE), flash player, etc. Download plugin, such as;  Yahoo messenger – video call plugin Additionalapplication in web, need to request user to download certain software to view the web info
  24. 24. 2411.3 DESIGN ISSUES OF INTEGRATIVE MEDIA ON THE INTERNET (cont) Internet user connection type and speed  Speed that required for animation, video, applet Performance and size;  Performance issues  Speed  Quality  Size issues  File size – in bytes  Audio and image resolution - quality
  25. 25. That’s all Thank you.. 25

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