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Multimedia Communications: Applications, Networks, Protocols and Standards, Fred Halsall. Abstract: Multimedia information systems (MIS) are tools that allow you to receive information using all possible sources of information that exist in the world. Multimedia information systems are used in a wide variety of areas and include:
– multimedia terminals that use computer technology to display information;
– interactive systems that allow users to interact with and manage information resources;


Fred Halsall, chairman of the national association, has a project to reduce congestion at. airports in rural areas. He wants all cabs to be equipped with smoke-detectors. There are 26,000 lost lives annually from smoking-related diseases. The Government should order taxi-drivers and their companies to install the devices. He says it will not be easy. The devices cost `250 each and there are complicated hoses and cables needed to make them work. There are about 15,000 taxi drivers and, with no serious attempt at organisation, there is bound to be resistance to change. The drivers are one of the most important groups in the society. They are the people who take the women to the doctor, take the children to school, take the sick to the hospital and shuttle the city’s other workers between the office and the home. Yet they often do it in a bloody, drunken environment.

Early last year, the Government decided to make taxis smokefree.

Any taxi with a passenger or with a horse attached to it will become a smokingless taxi. The Government will decide which taxis are used in buses, which will be smokefree.

Discussions on the issue are underway. If this is completed, a taxi running between X O costs will be cheaper than the X J (Janet) Run. So, X. where X = bus or private car. The Government says taxis will be cheaper for commuters.

The Taxi Association says the smokefree taxis will cause losses. The Association is opposed to the smokefree taxis because they will not be seen as safe by passengers.

More than 10,000 taxicabs will smokeless under this plan.

The Association complains that, in New York, the first taxis to be smokefree were going to be from the 1940s generation and had not been treated well. The Association is not against the smokefree taxis, it is against taxis of the 1940s generation.

It is also against smokingless taxis for horse-drawn vehicles, which it believes will reduce their income..

The Association does not like the smokeless taxis because they will make drivers throw away all ashtrays.

The owners are complaining that they cannot put ashtrays in their cabs. They also do not like the smokeless taxis because they will cost more

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