Visual Information Representation, Communication and Image Processing / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Taylor & Francis
Discusses recent advances in the related technologies of multimedia computers, videophones, video-over-Internet, HDTV, digital satellite TV and interactive computer games. The text analyzes ways of achieving more effective navigation techniques, data management functions, and higher throughout networking. It synthesizes data on visual information venues, tracking the enormous commercial potential for new components and compatible systems.
Table of Contents
Recent advances in visual information representation and communication; video compression using residual vector quantization; adaptive quantization in wavelet-based image and video coding; statistically adaptive wavelet image coding; 3D model-based image communication; content-based video compression and manipulation using 2D mesh-modeling; error control and concealment for video communication; multipoint video conferencing; video shot detection and analysis - content-based approaches; MPEG4 - an object-based standard for multimedia coding; video coding standards for multimedia communication; AM-FM image modeling and Gobor analysis; electronic digital image stabilization and mosaicking; highly robust statistical estimates based on minimum error Bayesian classification; learning in computer vision and beyond; principles of halftoning with stochastic screens; an image algebra based SIMD image processing environment.