Based on what I read, while searching on the computer to answer my questions, I think I might have been using words incorrectly. In some circumstances, can the word “download” and the word “embed/embedded” mean the same thing? Am I being specific enough when I use the word “embed/embedded”?
Are my questions bad? Is that why no one is replying?
If no one is replying because it looks like I’m not giving enough effort, then I’d like to impress you with all the books I found.
- “Streaming systems” is about the high-level batch plus streaming data processing model originally developed for Google Cloud Dataflow, which is too abstract (for me) and doesn’t cover what I need.
I’ll give you links to any of the above sources upon request.
The following are what I used to do searches at libraries (and WorldCat).
- ti:(stream*) AND ti:(MySql)
- ti:(PHP) AND ti:(stream*) AND ti:(MySql)
- ti:(PHP) AND ti:(stream*)
- ti:(multimedia) AND ti:(stream*)
- kw:(stream*) AND ti:(MySql)
- kw:(streaming) AND ti:(MySql)
- ti:(PHP) AND kw:(stream*) AND ti:(MySql)
- ti:(PHP) AND kw:(streaming) AND ti:(MySql)
- ti:(PHP) AND kw:(stream*)
- ti:(PHP) AND kw:(streaming)
Audio and video seem so common that I don’t understand why this is so hard for me to find information about.
I can’t talk for everyone here, but for me I’m not answering because I don’t know any books on the subject. I could probably explain the subject fully and I could send you to a bunch of links where you could read about it, but not books.
I’ve helped you in the past with explanations and links to blog posts and documentation, but you rejected those because you wanted books. Knowing that you want books only and also knowing I don’t know any books on the subject it’s pointless for me to answer.
FYI books 3 and 4 are about completely different streams than you’re talking about.
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