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Secure Cloud-Based Image Tampering Detection and Localization Using POB Number System
Priyanka Singh, Balasubramanian Raman, Nishant Agarwal, Pradeep K. Atrey
Article No.: 23
The benefits of high-end computation infrastructure facilities provided by cloud-based multimedia systems are attracting people all around the globe. However, such cloud-based systems possess security issues as third party servers become involved...
Traditional comics are increasingly being augmented with digital effects, such as recoloring, stereoscopy, and animation. An open question in this endeavor is identifying where in a comic panel the effects should be placed. We propose a fast,...
Query Expansion for Content-Based Similarity Search Using Local and Global Features
Michael E. Houle, Xiguo Ma, Vincent Oria, Jichao Sun
Article No.: 25
This article presents an efficient and totally unsupervised content-based similarity search method for multimedia data objects represented by high-dimensional feature vectors. The assumption is that the similarity measure is applicable to feature...
From Annotation to Computer-Aided Diagnosis: Detailed Evaluation of a Medical Multimedia System
Michael Riegler, Konstantin Pogorelov, Sigrun Losada Eskeland, Peter Thelin Schmidt, Zeno Albisser, Dag Johansen, Carsten Griwodz, Pål Halvorsen, Thomas De Lange
Article No.: 26
Holistic medical multimedia systems covering end-to-end functionality from data collection to aided diagnosis are highly needed, but rare. In many hospitals, the potential value of multimedia data collected through routine examinations is not...
Despite the promising progress made in recent years, person re-identification (re-ID) remains a challenging task due to the complex variations in human appearances from different camera views. For this challenging problem, a large variety of...
Recognizing Human Actions with Outlier Frames by Observation Filtering and Completion
Shih-Yao Lin, Yen-Yu Lin, Chu-Song Chen, Yi-Ping Hung
Article No.: 28
This article addresses the problem of recognizing partially observed human actions. Videos of actions acquired in the real world often contain corrupt frames caused by various factors. These frames may appear irregularly, and make the...
Intensifying Emotional Reactions via Tactile Gestures in Immersive Films
Georgios Karafotias, Akiko Teranishi, Georgios Korres, Friederike Eyssel, Scandar Copti, Mohamad Eid
Article No.: 29
The film industry continuously strives to make visitors’ movie experience more immersive and thus, more captivating. This is realized through larger screens, sophisticated speaker systems, and high quality 2D and 3D content. Moreover, a...
An Analytic System for User Gender Identification through User Shared Images
Ming Cheung, James She
Article No.: 30
Many social media applications, such as recommendation, virality prediction, and marketing, make use of user gender, which may not be explicitly specified or kept privately. Meanwhile, advanced mobile devices have become part of our lives and a...
Pithos: Distributed Storage for Massive Multi-User Virtual Environments
Herman A. Engelbrecht, John S. Gilmore
Article No.: 31
There has been significant research effort into peer-to-peer (P2P) massively multi-user virtual environments (MMVEs). A number of architectures have been proposed to implement the P2P approach; however, the development of fully distributed MMVEs...
Saliency detection has recently received increasing research interest on using high-dimensional datasets beyond two-dimensional images. Despite the many available capturing devices and algorithms, there still exists a wide spectrum of challenges...