This Encyclopaedia of Multimedia covers terms related to multimedia and acronyms used by the industry as standard knowledge. It offers detailed definitions of the bewildering array of terms and phrases relating to the internet, plus short articles to explain more complex topics. Covering graphics, sount and data, new andemerging areas are included such as electronic commerce, security, creating DVD discs, and briefs on new business applications and services. Multimedia is presenting a myriad a applications to professionals and scholars in Computer Science, information Science, Digital Art, Multimedia, Educaitonal Technology and Media Arts. Today's digital scholar can use this encyclopaedia as a tool to explore the vast parameters of the applications, problems and solutions related to digital disciplines. The book has an extensive range of topics for the student who wants to discover and research other areas within the multimedia disciplines beyond their own.