Digital Tools in Media Studies
by Michael Ross, et al.
Publisher: Transcript-Verlag 2015
Number of pages: 196
Digital tools are increasingly used in media studies, opening up new perspectives for research and analysis, while creating new problems at the same time. In this volume, international media scholars and computer scientists present their projects, varying from powerful film-historical databases to automatic video analysis software, discussing their application of digital tools and reporting on their results.
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