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Content-based Video Communication: Methodology and Applications

By  and Paul Bocheck and Paul Bocheck and Paul Bocheck

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Most traditional video communication systems consider videos as large files or long bit streams, ignoring the underlying visual content. We introduce a new content-aware framework that explores the strong correlation between video content, resource (bit rate), and utility (quality). Content-based video communication is a promising approach that seamlessly integrates video compression and networking technologies aimed at overcoming current limitations of multimedia communication technology

Year: 2000
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