Multi-view distributed source coding of binary features for visual sensor networks

@article{Monteiro2016MultiviewDS,
  title={Multi-view distributed source coding of binary features for visual sensor networks},
  author={Nuno Monteiro and Catarina Brites and Fernando da Cruz Pereira and Jo{\~a}o Ascenso},
  journal={2016 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP)},
  year={2016},
  pages={2807-2811}
}
Visual analysis algorithms have been mostly developed for a centralized scenario where all visual data is acquired and processed at a central location. However, in visual sensor networks (VSN), several constraints in computational power, energy and bandwidth require a radically different approach, notably a paradigm shift from centralized to distributed visual processing. In the new paradigm, visual data is acquired and features are extracted at the sensing nodes locations to be after… CONTINUE READING

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