Digital image sequences (including digital video) are increasingly common and important components in technical applications ranging from medical imaging and multimedia communications to autonomous vehicle navigation. The immense popularity of DVD video and the introduction of digital television make digital video ubiquitous in the consumer domain.
Digital Image Sequence Processing, Compression, and Analysis provides an overview of the current state of the field, as analyzed by leading researchers. An invaluable resource for planning and conducting research in this area, the book conveys a unified view of potential directions for further industrial development. It offers an in-depth treatment of the latest perspectives on processing, compression, and analysis of digital image sequences.
Research involving digital image sequences remains extremely active. The advent of economical sequence acquisition, storage, and display devices, together with the availability of computing power, opens new areas of opportunity. This volume delivers the background necessary to understand the strengths and weaknesses of current techniques and the directions that consumer and technical applications may take over the coming decade.
Table of Contents
Todd R. Reed
CONTENT-BASED IMAGE SEQUENCE REPRESENTATION
Pedro M. Q. Aguiar, Radu S. Jasinschi, José M. F. Moura, and
THE COMPUTATION OF MOTION
Christoph Stiller, Sören Kammel, Jan Horn, and Thao Dang
MOTION ANALYSIS AND DISPLACEMENT ESTIMATION IN THE FREQUENCY DOMAIN
Luca Lucchese and Guido Maria Cortelazzo
QUALITY OF SERVICE ASSESSMENT IN NEW GENERATION WIRELESS VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS
ERROR CONCEALMENT IN DIGITAL VIDEO
Francesco G.B. De Natale
IMAGE SEQUENCE RESTORATION: A WIDER PERSPECTIVE
Cuneyt M. Taskiran and Edward J. Delp
HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES FROM A SEQUENCE OF LOW RESOLUTION OBSERVATIONS
L.D. Alvarez, R. Molina, and A.K. Katsaggelos