Kazuki Nishi

University of Electro-CommunicationsJapan

Career Japan Telecommunications Telephone Co., Ltd. 伝 伝 伝 Institute 1986/04-1988/03 Department of Electro-Communications, University of Electro-Communications Assistant 1988/04-2002/09 Associate Professor 2002/10-Present  Academic background Kanagawa Prefectural High School, Nankai University 1980/03 Graduated The University of Electro-Communications Faculty of Electro Communications Department of Radio Communication 1984/03 Graduated The University of Electro-Communications Graduate School, Division of Electro Communications Radiocommunications Master's program 1986/03 Completed Academic degrees Doctor (Engineering) Graduate School of Engineering, University of Tokyo 2001/04 Classes responsible within the university 2017 Circuit Dropout Spring semester Undergraduate, mainly used in specialty 2017 Basic Electrical Circuits Spring semester Undergraduate, daytime Subject in specialty 2017 Basic Exercises A Fall semester Undergraduate, daytime 2017 Electronic Engineering Workshop Spring semester Undergraduate, daytime and nighttime Subject in specialty 2017 Intelligence and Communications II AB Fall semester Undergraduate, daytime Subject in specialty Classes responsible in other universities 2003 Basic Electrical Circuits I, Basic Electrical Circuits II Meiji University Faculty of Science and Engineering Current research areas Measurement engineering

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Multimedia technology will play a dominant role during the 21st century and beyond, continuously changing the world. It has been embedded in every electronic system: PC, TV, audio, mobile phone, internet application, medical electronics, traffic control, building management, financial trading, plant monitoring and other various man-machine interfaces. It improves the user satisfaction and the operational safety. It can be said that no electronic systems will be possible without multimedia technology. The aim of the book is to present the state-of-the-art research, development, and implementations of multimedia systems, technologies, and applications. All chapters represent contributions from the top researchers in this field and will serve as a valuable tool for professionals in this interdisciplinary field.

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