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A common feature found in practically all technical approaches proposed for face recognition is the use of only the luminance information associated to the face image. One may wonder if this is due to the low importance of the color information in face recognition or due to other less technical reasons such as the no availability of color image database.(More)
Distributed Video Coding (DVC) is a new video coding paradigm based on two major Information Theory results: the Slepian–Wolf and Wyner–Ziv theorems. Recently, practical DVC solutions have been proposed with promising results; however, there is still a need to study in a more systematic way the set of application scenarios for which DVC may bring major(More)
In this paper, we describe a unique new paradigm for video database management known as ViBE (Video Indexing and Browsing Environment). ViBE is a browseable/searchable paradigm for organizing video data containing a large number of sequences. The system first segments video sequences into shots by using a new feature vector known as the Generalized Trace(More)
This paper presents a system that labels TV shots either as commercial or program shots. The system uses two observations: logo presence and shot duration. These observations are modeled using HMMs, and a Viterbi decoder is finally used for shot labeling. The system has been tested on several hours of real video, achieving more than 99% correct labeling.
Distributed video coding (DVC) is a coding paradigm that gives the decoder the task to exploit the source statistics to achieve efficient compression. Current approaches to DVC rely on motion-compensated interpolation to generate at the decoder an estimation of the frame being decoded. This paper presents an iterative motion-compensated interpolation(More)
This paper presents a comparison of the performance of different side information generation methods for multiview distributed video coding scenarios. Existing literature on this topic relies on pure temporal interpolation (by means of motion compensation), pure inter-camera interpolation (by means of disparity compensation) or a combination of both. In(More)
The objective of this paper is to provide a robust representation of moving images based on layers. To that goal, we have designed e cient motion estimation and segmentation techniques by a ne model tting suitable for the construction of layers. Layered representations, originally introduced in [4] are important in several applications. In particular, they(More)
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