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    Dünaamiline kiiruse jaotamine interaktiivses mitmevaatelises video vaatevahetuse ennustamineses

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    In Interactive Multi-View Video (IMVV), the video has been captured by numbers of cameras positioned in array and transmitted those camera views to users. The user can interact with the transmitted video content by choosing viewpoints (views from different cameras in the array) with the expectation of minimum transmission delay while changing among various views. View switching delay is one of the primary concern that is dealt in this thesis work, where the contribution is to minimize the transmission delay of new view switch frame through a novel process of selection of the predicted view and compression considering the transmission efficiency. Mainly considered a realtime IMVV streaming, and the view switch is mapped as discrete Markov chain, where the transition probability is derived using Zipf distribution, which provides information regarding view switch prediction. To eliminate Round-Trip Time (RTT) transmission delay, Quantization Parameters (QP) are adaptively allocated to the remaining redundant transmitted frames to maintain view switching time minimum, trading off with the quality of the video till RTT time-span. The experimental results of the proposed method show superior performance on PSNR and view switching delay for better viewing quality over the existing methods

    The maximum extent of the filaments and sheets in the cosmic web: an analysis of the SDSS DR17

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    Filaments and sheets are striking visual patterns in cosmic web. The maximum extent of these large-scale structures are difficult to determine due to their structural variety and complexity. We construct a volume-limited sample of galaxies in a cubic region from the SDSS, divide it into smaller subcubes and shuffle them around. We quantify the average filamentarity and planarity in the three-dimensional galaxy distribution as a function of the density threshold and compare them with those from the shuffled realizations of the original data. The analysis is repeated for different shuffling lengths by varying the size of the subcubes. The average filamentarity and planarity in the shuffled data show a significant reduction when the shuffling scales are smaller than the maximum size of the genuine filaments and sheets. We observe a statistically significant reduction in these statistical measures even at a shuffling scale of 130\sim 130 \,Mpc, indicating that the filaments and sheets in three dimensions can extend up to this length scale. They may extend to somewhat larger length scales that are missed by our analysis due to the limited size of the SDSS data cube. We expect to determine these length scales by applying this method to deeper and larger surveys in future.Comment: 11 pages, 5 figures, Accepted for publication in MNRA