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  An empirical study of the effectiveness of telepresence as a business meeting mode
Standaert W., Muylle S., Basu A.  Information Technology and Management 17(4): 323-339, 2016. Type: Article

Telepresence is enhanced video conferencing, where participants from various locations see each other in life-size, voices seem to come from the speaker, lighting and furniture for each site are matched, and more is done to create the sense of act...

Apr 11 2017
  Videocent: a quality-oriented incentive mechanism for video delivery in opportunistic networks
Wu H., Ma H., Zhao D.  Wireless Networks 21(3): 769-781, 2015. Type: Article

Videocent, a novel incentive mechanism that could not only provide incentives for selfish nodes but also maximize the delivery quality of video, is proposed in this paper. Its effectiveness is also validated through extensive simulations based on ...

Aug 18 2015
  Background modeling and foreground detection for video surveillance
Bouwmans T., Porikli F., Höferlin B., Vacavant A.,  Chapman & Hall/CRC, Boca Raton, FL, 2014. 631 pp. Type: Book (978-1-482205-37-4)

Providing a complete and extensive presentation of up-to-date video surveillance image processing techniques used for background modeling/removal and foreground object detection/tracking, this is an absolute “must-read book” for people...

Jun 9 2015
  Dual-mode detection for foreground segmentation in low-contrast video images
Chiu W., Tsai D.  Journal of Real-Time Image Processing 9(4): 647-659, 2014. Type: Article

The detection of foreground objects in a video or image sequence is important for motion analysis or smart surveillance systems, as it allows them to distinguish between suspicious behavior and wandering humans or animals. Such research involves a...

May 18 2015
  SVC-aware selective repetition for robust streaming of scalable video
Lee J., Kang K.  Wireless Networks 21(1): 115-126, 2015. Type: Article

Broadcasting video with good quality on 3G networks is a hard problem. Unlike unicast where the stream for each receiver can be adapted to its particular loss rate and network conditions, and packet retransmission can also help with reliability, b...

Apr 21 2015
  Registration and recognition in images and videos
Cipolla R., Battiato S., Farinella G.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, Berlin, Germany, 2013. 400 pp. Type: Book (978-3-642449-06-2)

In recent years, computer vision has emerged as one of the most popular areas in computer science, primarily because of significant advancements in the capabilities of hardware and because of improvements in the efficiency and effectiveness of alg...

May 15 2014
  Windy Sight Surfers: sensing and awareness of 360° immersive videos on the move
Ramalho J., Chambel T.  EuroITV 2013 (Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Interactive TV and Video, Como, Italy,  Jun 24-26, 2013) 107-116, 2013. Type: Proceedings

With the proliferation of online videos (for example, YouTube), several questions arise: How will we watch videos in the future? How will the experience of watching videos be enhanced and complemented in the near future?...

Mar 31 2014
  Are we in the middle of a video streaming revolution?
Swaminathan V.  ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications 9(1s): 1-6, 2013. Type: Article

If you are wondering what basic technological advances are behind your ability to watch your favorite Apple live keynote address or your favorite TV channel on the Internet, look no further for the answer than this simple tutorial. When you see th...

Dec 16 2013
  Understanding the impact of video quality on user engagement
Dobrian F., Awan A., Joseph D., Ganjam A., Zhan J., Sekar V., Stoica I., Zhang H.  Communications of the ACM 56(3): 91-99, 2013. Type: Article

Dobrian et al. present a prime example of thorough, concise, well-thought-out research on a very relevant technology. The article reports on a study of the relationship between user engagement and video quality for video-on-demand applications. Th...

Apr 25 2013
  Securing digital video: techniques for DRM and content protection
Diehl E.,  Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2012. 274 pp. Type: Book (978-3-642173-44-8)

These days, a huge amount of content is available digitally, especially in the form of video. It is therefore important for content owners to protect their digital content. This book is concerned with securing digital video....

Mar 8 2013
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