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Overview

Technology has spurred the growth of huge image and video libraries, many growing into the hundreds of terabytes. As a result there is a great demand among organizations for the design of databases that can effectively support the storage, search, retrieval, and transmission of video data. Engineers and researchers in the field demand a comprehensive reference that will help them design and implement the most complex video database projects.

Handbook of Video Databases: Design and Applications presents a thorough overview in 45 chapters from more than 100 renowned experts in the field. This book provides the tools to help overcome the problems of storage, cataloging, and retrieval, by exploring content standardization and other content classification and analysis methods. The challenge of these complex problems make this book a must-have for video database practitioners in the fields of image and video processing, computer vision, multimedia systems, data mining, and many other diverse disciplines.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849370069
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 9/26/2003
  • Series: Internet and Communications Series , #8
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1232
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 2.74 (d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Introduction to Video Databases
Oge Marques and Borko Furht

VIDEO MODELING AND REPRESENTATION
Modeling Video Using Input/Output Markov Models with Application to Multi-Modal Event Detection
Ashutosh Garg, Milind R. Naphade, and Thomas S. Huang
Statistical Models of Video Structure and Semantics
Nuno Vasconcelos
Flavor: A Language for Media Representation
Alexandros Eleftheriadis and Danny Hong
Integrating Domain Knowledge and Visual Evidence to Support Highlight Detection in Sports Videos
Juergen Assfalg, Marco Bertini, Carlo Colombo, and Alberto Del Bimbo
A Generic Event Model and Sports Video Processing for Summarization and Model-Based Search
Ahmet Ekin and A. Murat Tekalp

VIDEO SEGMENTATION AND SUMMARIZATION
Temporal segmentation of video data
Edoardo Ardizzone and Marco La Cascia
A Temporal Multi-Resolution Approach to Video Shot Segmentation
Tat-Seng Chua, A. Chandrashekhara, and HuaMin Feng
Video Summaries through Multimodal Analysis
Michael A. Smith, Howard D. Watclar, and Michael G. Christel
Audio and Visual Content Summarization of a Video Program
Yihong Gong
Adaptive Video Summarization
Philippe Mulhem, Jérôme Gensel, and Hervé Martin
Adaptive Video Segmentation and Summarization
Charles B. Owen and John K. Dixon
Augmented Imagery for Digital Video Applications
Charles B. Owen, Ji Zhou, Kwok Hung Tang, and Fan Xiao
Video Indexing and Summarization Service for Mobile Users
Mohamed Ahmed and Ahmed Karmouch
Video Shot Detection Using Color Anglogram and Latent Semantic Indexing: From To Semantics
Rong Zhao and William I. Grosky

DESIGNING AND INTERACTING WITH VIDEO DATABASES
Tools and Techniques for Providing Interactive Video Database Applications
Rune Hjelsvold and Subu Vdaygiri
Animation Databases
Z. Huang, N.Chokkareddy, and B. Prabhakaran
Video Intelligent Exploration
Chabane Djeraba, Younes Hafri, and Bruno Bachimont
A Video Database Algebra
A. Picariello, M. L. Sapino, and V.S. Subrahmanian

AUDIO AND VIDEO INDEXING AND RETRIEVAL
Audio Indexing and Retrieval
Zhu Liu and Yao Wang
Relevance Feedback in Multimedia Databases
Michael Ortega-Binderberger and Sharad Mehrotra
Organizational Principles of Video Data
Simone SantiniSegmentation and Classification of Moving Video Objects
Dirk Farin, Thomas Haenselmann, Stephan Kopf, Gerald Kühne, and Wolfgang Effelsberg
A Web-based Video Retrieval System: Architecture, Semantic Extraction and Experimental Development
Qing Li, H Lilian Tang, Horace H. S. Ip, and Shermann S. M. Chan
From Low Level Features to High Level Semantics
Cha Zhang and Tsuhan Chen
Video Indexing and Retrieval using MPEG-7
John R. Smith
Indexing Video Archives: Analyzing, Organizing, and Searching Video Information
Shin'ichi Satoh and Norio Katayama
Efficient Video Similarity Measurement Using Video Signatures
Sen-ching Samson Cheung and Avideh Zakhor
Similarity Search in Multimedia Databases
Agma Traina and Caetano Traina Jr.
Small Sample Learning Issues for Interactive Video Retrieval
Xiang Sean Zhou and Thomas S. Huang

VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS
Cost Effective and Scalable Video Streaming Techniques
Kien A. Hua and Mounir Tantaoui
Design and Development of a Scalable End-to-End Streaming Architecture
Cyrus Shahabi and Roger Zimmermann
Streaming Multimedia Presentation in Distributed Database Environments
Aidong Zhang, Ramazan Savaso Aygün, and Yuqing Song
Video Streaming: Concepts, Algorithms, and Systems
John G. Apostolopoulos, Wai-tian Tan, and Susie J. Wee
Continuous Display of Video Objects Using Heterogeneous Disk Subsystems
Shahram Ghandeharizadeh and Seon Ho Kim
Technologies and Standards for Universal Multimedia Access
Anthony Vetro and Hari Kalva
Server-Based Service Aggregation Schemes for Interactive Video-on-Demand
Prithwish Basu, Thomas D. C. Little, Wang Ke, and Rajesh Krishnan
Challenges in Distributed Video Management and Delivery
Rainer Lienhart, Igor Kozintsev, Yen-Kuang Chen, Matthew Holliman, Minerva Yeung,
Andre Zaccarin, and Rohit Puri
Video Compression: State of the Art and New Trends
Luis Torres and Edward Delp

VIDEO PROCESSING
Compressed-Domain Video Processing
Susie Wee, Bo Shen, and John Apostolopoulos
Objective Video Quality Assessment
Zhou Wang, Hamid R. Sheikh, and Alan C. Bovik
Video Watermarking: Overview and Challenges
Gwenaël Doërr and Jean-Luc Dugelay

CASE STUDIES AND APPLICATIONS
Creating Personalized Video Presentations Using Multimodal Processing
David Gibbon, Lee Begeja, Zhu Liu, Bernard Renger, and Behzad Shahraray
Segmenting Stories in News Video
Lekha Chaisorn, Tat-Seng Chua, and Chin-Hui Lee
The Video Scout System: Content-based Analysis and Retrieval for Personal Video Recorders
Nevenka Dimitrova, Radu Jasinschi, Lalitha Agnihotri, John Zimmerman, Thomas McGee, and Dongge Li

PANEL OF EXPERTS: THE FUTURE OF VIDEO DATABASES

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