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This paper presents a principled and practical method for the computation of visual saliency of spatiotemporal events in full motion videos. Based on the assumption that uniqueness or informative-ness correlates with saliency, our model predicts the saliency of a spatiotemporal event based on the information it contains. To compute the uniqueness of the(More)
Compressed sensing (CS) has been proposed for more efficient signal compression and recovery at theoretical level. This paper proposes a new image/video coding approach combining the CS theory into the traditional discrete cosine transform (DCT) based coding method to achieve better compression efficiency for spatially sparse signal. Furthermore, this new(More)
Previous studies suggested that ERP component contralateral delay activity (CDA) tracks the number of objects containing identity information stored in visual short term memory (VSTM). Later MEG and fMRI studies implied that its neural source lays in superior IPS. However, since the memorized stimuli in previous studies were displayed in distinct spatial(More)
A packet-layer video quality assessment (VQA) model is a lightweight model that predicts the video quality impacted by network conditions and coding configuration for application scenarios such as video system planning and in-service video quality monitoring. It is under standardization in ITU-T Study Group (SG) 12. In this article, we first differentiate(More)