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Special section from the ACM multimedia conference 2007
Brian P. Bailey, Nicu Sebe, Alan Hanjalic
Article No.: 1
Re-cinematography: Improving the camerawork of casual video
Michael L. Gleicher, Feng Liu
Article No.: 2
This article presents an approach to postprocessing casually captured videos to improve apparent camera movement. Re-cinematography transforms each frame of a video such that the video better follows cinematic conventions. The approach...
Automatic video annotation is an important ingredient for semantic-level video browsing, search and navigation. Much attention has been paid to this topic in recent years. These researches have evolved through two paradigms. In the first paradigm,...
A dynamic decision network framework for online media adaptation in stroke rehabilitation
Yinpeng Chen, Weiwei Xu, Hari Sundaram, Thanassis Rikakis, Sheng-Min Liu
Article No.: 4
In this article, we present a media adaptation framework for an immersive biofeedback system for stroke patient rehabilitation. In our biofeedback system, media adaptation refers to changes in audio/visual feedback as well as changes in physical...
Equipment allocation in video-on-demand network deployments
Frederic Thouin, Mark Coates
Article No.: 5
Video-on-Demand (VoD) services are very user-friendly, but also complex and resource demanding. Deployments involve careful design of many mechanisms where content attributes and usage models should be taken into account. We define, and propose a...
In our everyday life, we communicate with many people such as family, friends, neighbors, and colleagues. We communicate with them using different communication media such as email, telephone calls, and face-to-face interactions. While email is...
Constructing visual phrases for effective and efficient object-based image retrieval
Qing-Fang Zheng, Wen Gao
Article No.: 7
The explosion of multimedia data necessitates effective and efficient ways for us to get access to our desired ones. In this article, we draw an analogy between image retrieval and text retrieval and propose a visual phrase-based approach to...
Periodic broadcast protocols enable efficient streaming of highly popular media files to large numbers of concurrent clients. Most previous periodic broadcast protocols, however, assume that all clients can receive at the same rate, and also...
ScaleFFS: A scalable log-structured flash file system for mobile multimedia systems
Dawoon Jung, Jaegeuk Kim, Jin-Soo Kim, Joonwon Lee
Article No.: 9
NAND flash memory has become one of the most popular storage media for mobile multimedia systems. A key issue in designing storage systems for mobile multimedia systems is handling large-capacity storage media and numerous large files with limited...