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A Two-Stage Intelligent Compression System for Surveillance Videos

@article{Htike2017ATI,
  title={A Two-Stage Intelligent Compression System for Surveillance Videos},
  author={K. K. Htike},
  journal={WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on SYSTEMS archive},
  year={2017},
  volume={16}
}
  • K. K. Htike
  • Published 2017
  • Engineering
  • WSEAS TRANSACTIONS on SYSTEMS archive
Surveillance videos are becoming immensely popular nowadays due to the increasing usage of surveillance systems in various places around the world. In such applications, cameras capture and record information over long durations of time, which result in large quantities of data, necessitating specialized compression techniques. Conventional video compression algorithms are not sufficient and efficient enough for such videos. In this paper, a novel two-stage compression system for surveillance… Expand

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