Intelligent Integrated Media Communication Techniques

Intelligent Integrated Media Communication Techniques

By: Michael Ansorge (editor), Mohamed Najim (editor), Jurij F. Tasic (editor)Hardback

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"Intelligent Integrated Media Communication Techniques" contains many examples and applied methods explaining the basic architecture of the mobile terminals. It contains sufficient introductory material enabling also non-expert readers to understand the topics and to make a step towards system integration of complex future applications. "Intelligent Integrated Media Communication Techniques" is to stimulate developers, researchers, and marketing specialists for new and critical technologies and system concepts, which can be applied in intelligent personal terminals. All those participating in the area like service providers, consumer electronics designers and researchers from industrial development labs and from academia are invited to find practical approaches and concepts for easier design of mobile intelligent personal terminals.

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List of Figures. List of Tables. Preface. I: Hypermedia Management. 1. Content and Presentation Adaptation in Hypermedia Systems; U. Burnik, M. Pogacnik. 1. Personalized Communication Services. 2. Personalized Information Search. 3. Adaptive Information Retrieval. 4. System Architecture and Functionality. 5. Conclusions. 2. Annotation, Storage, Retrieval and Analysis of Digital Video; Honglin Yi, et al. 1. Introduction. 2. Proposed System Architecture. 3. Video Query Applied to Fixed-View Motion Imagery. 4. Automatic Video Annotation - One Supervised Annotation Example. 5. Syntactic Video Analysis. 6. Conclusions. 3. Segmentation Techniques for Video Sequences in the Domain of MPEG-Compressed Data; I. Koprinska, S. Carrato. 1. Introduction. 2. Temporal Video Segmentation in the Uncompressed Domain. 3. Temporal Video Segmentation in the Compressed Domain. 4. Conclusions. II: Robust Video Data Protection and Watermarking. 4. Digital Watermarking for the Copyright Protection of Compressed Video; D. Simitopoulos, et al. 1. Introduction. 2.Video Watermarking System Requirements. 3. Preprocessing of MPEG-1/2 Multiplexed Streams. 4. Perceptual Watermarking in the Compressed Domain. 5. Detection. 6. Video Watermark Detector Implementation. 7. Data Hiding in MPEG Video Sequences. 8. Experimental Evaluation. 9. Conclusions. 5. Robust Watermarking of Video for Copyright Protection; M. Barni, et al. 1. Introduction. 2. How Can Video be Watermarked. 3. A Raw Video Frame-Based Watermarking Algorithm. 4. The MPEG-4 Standard. 5. A Compressed Domain Object-Based Watermarking Algorithm. 6. A Raw Video Object-Based Watermarking Algorithm. 7. Conclusion. III: Video and Image Coding. 6. Error-Resilient Coding for Multimedia Communications; N.V. Boulgouris, et al. 1. Introduction. 2. Error-Resilient Layered Coding of Images and Video. 3. Protection of Compressed Streams Using Forward Error Correction. 4. Error Handling. 5. Channel Rate Allocation. 6. Multimedia Transmission over Noisy Channels. 7. Conclusions. Appendix: Rate Compatible Punctured Convolutional Codes. Appendix: List-Viterbi Decoding of Convolutional Codes. 7. Wavelet Centric Video Coding and Coding Artifact Concealment; B. Marusic, et al. 1. Introduction. 2. Context and Overview. 3. Approach. 4. Experiment. 5. Conclusion. 8. Bit-Rate Control for the JPEG Algorithm; J. Bracamonte, et al. 1. Introduction. 2.JPEG: A Variable Compression Bit-Rate Algorithm. 3. Modifying the Compression Ratio. 4. Modeling the CR-SF Characteristic. 5. General Bit-Rate Control Scheme. 6. Bit-Rate Control by Average-Slope Linear Approximation. 7. Bit-Rate Control by Piecewise Linear Approximation. 8. Validation of the Piecewise-Linear Model. 9.10. About JPEG2000. 11. Conclusions. Appendix: Piecewise Linear Approximation Approximation. IV: Voice Interfaces and Processing. 9. Man-Machine Voice Enabled Interfaces; A. Drygajlo. 1. Introduction. 2.Human Factors in Man-Machine Communication. 3. Voice Processing Systems. 4. Natural Speech Input and Output. 5. Speech Recognition. 6. Dialogue Systems and Man-Machine Interaction. 7. Voice User Interface. 8. Security Considerations and Speaker Verification. 9. Interactive Voice Servers. 10. Advanced Voice Communication Applications in Robotics. 11. Conclusion. 10. Speech Coding and Recognition in Noisy Environments for Communication Terminals; A. Drygajlo. 1. Introduction. 2. Speech Enhancement Using Spectral Subtraction. 3. Statistical Modeling and Missing Feature Compensation in Recognition Systems. 4. Speaker Verification. 5. Speech Recognition. 6. Combined Enhancement and Wideband Coding. V: Dedicated Hardware Interfaces. 11. Low-Power Micro-Cameras for Mobile Communication Devices; S. Tanner, et al. 1. Introduction. 2.Micro-Cameras and their Applications. 3. CMOS Imaging Basis. 4. Low-Power Video ADCs. 5. Prallel-Pipelined ADC. 6. Low-Power Image Sensor Architectures. 7. On-Chip Control and Pre-Processing. 8. Realisation Examples. 9. Summary and Perspectives. VI: Distributed Media. 12. Retrospective of the Distributed Media Server Technology; K. Skala, et al. 1. Initial Scope. 2. Introduction. 3. Webcasting Technology. 4. Multi-User Technology. 5. The Real-Time VR Webcasting System. 6. Modeling the Field.7. Hardware Configuration and Software Used. 8. Hardware and Software Requirements on Client Side. 9. Network Background. 10. Advantages of Virtual Reality Webcasting. 11. Shortcomings of the Virtual Reality Webcast. 12. Epilogue about VRW. 13. New Distributed Paradigm. 14. Conclusion.

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  • publication date: 30/11/2003
  • ISBN13: 9781402075520
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 440
  • ID: 9781402075520
  • weight: 941
  • ISBN10: 1402075529

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