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Written by international experts in the field, Video Registration is a survey of the state of the art in this fundamental technology. It is an essential reference to both academicians and practicing engineers working in the fields of security, surveillance, multimedia, and robotics.
The increased availability of low-cost, low-power, highly accurate video imagery has resulted in a rapid growth of the applications for this data. Video imagery has many advantages over still frame imagery; for example, it provides context and timing relationships, which are suitable for dynamic situation monitoring and action verification. Manipulation of video requires automatic processing and analysis (computer vision and image processing), vast amounts of storage and efficient search methods (databases), high bandwidth communication (networking), and real-time implementations (VLSI/hardware). Users of video imagery include disaster relief agencies, environmental monitoring and planning applications, tactical military groups, civilian agencies such as homeland security agencies, city planners, transportation (traffic management), the entertainment industry, law enforcement groups, landscape ecologists, WWW users and trainers and educators.
Video Registration is suitable as a text at the senior undergraduate and graduate levels.
|1||Video Registration: A Perspective||1|
|2||Automatic Camera Tracking||18|
|3||Motion Information in the Phase Domain||36|
|4||Parallel-Perspective Stereo Mosaics||72|
|5||Model-Based Landmark Extraction And Correspondence Finding For Aerial Image Registration||106|
|6||Airborne Video Registration for Activity Monitoring||130|
|7||Geodetic Alignment of Aerial Video Frames||144|
|8||Robust Video Georegistration||180|
|9||Video Registration Panel: Key Challenges and the potential impact of their solution to the field of computer vision||222|