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By C. C. Jay Kuo (editor)

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9780819426628 | Society of Photo Optical, October 1, 1997, cover price $80.00

Paperback:

9780819438751 | Society of Photo Optical, October 11, 2000, cover price $105.00

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By C. C. Jay Kuo (editor) and Tong Zhang (editor)

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9780792372875 | Kluwer Academic Pub, January 1, 2001, cover price $169.00

Paperback:

9781441948786 | Springer Verlag, January 1, 2001, cover price $169.00

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With the fast growth ofmultimedia information, content-based video anal ysis, indexing and representation have attracted increasing attention in re cent years. Many applications have emerged in these areas such as video on-demand, distributed multimedia systems, digital video libraries, distance learning/education, entertainment, surveillance and geographical information systems. The need for content-based video indexing and retrieval was also rec ognized by ISOIMPEG, and a new international standard called "Multimedia Content Description Interface" (or in short, MPEG-7)was initialized in 1998 and finalized in September 2001. In this context, a systematic and thorough review ofexisting approaches as well as the state-of-the-art techniques in video content analysis, indexing and representation areas are investigated and studied in this book. In addition, we will specifically elaborate on a system which analyzes, indexes and abstracts movie contents based on the integration ofmultiple media modalities. Content ofeach part ofthis book is briefly previewed below. In the first part, we segment a video sequence into a set ofcascaded shots, where a shot consistsofone or more continuouslyrecorded image frames. Both raw and compressedvideo data will beinvestigated. Moreover, consideringthat there are always non-story units in real TV programs such as commercials, a novel commercial break detection/extraction scheme is developed which ex ploits both audio and visual cues to achieve robust results. Specifically, we first employ visual cues such as the video data statistics, the camera cut fre quency, and the existenceofdelimiting black frames between commercials and programs, to obtain coarse-level detection results.

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9781402074905 | Kluwer Academic Pub, June 1, 2003, cover price $199.00

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9781441953650 | Springer Verlag, June 1, 2003, cover price $199.00 | About this edition: With the fast growth ofmultimedia information, content-based video anal ysis, indexing and representation have attracted increasing attention in re cent years.

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9780387717685 | Springer Verlag, September 5, 2008, cover price $149.00

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9781441944139 | Springer Verlag, November 4, 2010, cover price $149.00

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Semantic Video Object Segmentation for Content-Based Multimedia Applications provides a thorough review of state-of-the-art techniques as well as describing several novel ideas and algorithms for semantic object extraction from image sequences. Semantic object extraction is an essential element in content-based multimedia services, such as the newly developed MPEG4 and MPEG7 standards. An interactive system called SIVOG (Smart Interactive Video Object Generation) is presented, which converts user's semantic input into a form that can be conveniently integrated with low-level video processing. Thus, high-level semantic information and low-level video features are integrated seamlessly into a smart segmentation system. A region and temporal adaptive algorithm was further proposed to improve the efficiency of the SIVOG system so that it is feasible to achieve nearly real-time video object segmentation with robust and accurate performances. Also included is an examination of the shape coding problem and the object segmentation problem simultaneously. Semantic Video Object Segmentation for Content-Based Multimedia Applications will be of great interest to research scientists and graduate-level students working in the area of content-based multimedia representation and applications and its related fields.

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9780792375135 | Kluwer Academic Pub, August 1, 2001, cover price $169.00 | About this edition: Semantic Video Object Segmentation for Content-Based Multimedia Applications provides a thorough review of state-of-the-art techniques as well as describing several novel ideas and algorithms for semantic object extraction from image sequences.

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9781461355861 | Reprint edition (Springer-Verlag New York Inc, November 5, 2012), cover price $139.00

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Due to the great success and enormous impact of IP networks, In­ ternet access (such as sending and receiving e-mails) and web brows­ ing have become the ruling paradigm for next generation wireless systems. On the other hand, great technological and commercial success of services and applications is being witnessed in mobile wire­ less communications with examples of cellular, pes voice telephony and wireless LANs. The service paradigm has thus shifted from the conventional voice service to seamlessly integrated high quality mul­ timedia transmission over broadband wireless mobile networks. The multimedia content may include data, voice, audio, image, video and so on. With availability of more powerful portable devices, such as PDA, portable computer and cellular phone, coupled with the easier access to the core network (using a mobile device), the number of mobile users and the demand for multimedia-based applications is increasing rapidly. As a result, there is an urgent need for a sys­ tem that supports heterogeneous multimedia services and provides seamless access to the desired resources via wireless connections. Therefore, the convergence of multimedia communication and wireless mobile networking technologies into the next generation wireless multimedia (WMM) networks with the vision of "anytime, anywhere, anyform" information system is the certain trend in the foreseeable future. However, successful combination of these two technologies presents many challenges such as available spectral bandwidth, energy efficiency, seamless end-to-end communication, robustness, security, etc.

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9781402076237 | Kluwer Academic Pub, October 1, 2003, cover price $159.00 | About this edition: Due to the great success and enormous impact of IP networks, In­ ternet access (such as sending and receiving e-mails) and web brows­ ing have become the ruling paradigm for next generation wireless systems.

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9781461350927 | Reprint edition (Springer-Verlag New York Inc, October 23, 2012), cover price $159.00

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Cooperative and relay communications have recently become the most widely explored topics in communications, whereby users cooperate in transmitting their messages to the destination, instead of conventional networks which operate independently and compete among each other for channel resources. As the field has progressed, cooperative communications have become a design concept rather than a specific transmission technology. This concept has revolutionized the design of wireless networks, allowing increased coverage, throughput, and transmission reliability even as conventional transmission techniques gradually reach their limits. Cooperative and relay technologies have also made their way toward next generation wireless standards, such as IEEE802.16 (WiMAX) or LTE, and have been incorporated into many modern wireless applications, such as cognitive radio and secret communications. Cooperative Communications and Networking: Technologies and System Design provides a systematic introduction to the fundamental concepts of cooperative communications and relays technology to enable engineers, researchers or graduate students to conduct advanced research and development in this area.Cooperative Communications and Networking: Technologies and System Design provides researchers, graduate students, and practical engineers with sufficient knowledge of both the background of cooperative communications and networking, and potential research directions.

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9781441971937 | Springer Verlag, September 16, 2010, cover price $179.00 | About this edition: Cooperative and relay communications have recently become the most widely explored topics in communications, whereby users cooperate in transmitting their messages to the destination, instead of conventional networks which operate independently and compete among each other for channel resources.

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9781489998576 | Springer Verlag, October 20, 2014, cover price $179.00

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Hardcover:

9780442266523, titled "Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach" | Van Nostrand Reinhold, June 1, 1985, cover price $25.50 | also contains Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach

Paperback:

9789812874672 | Springer Verlag, May 27, 2015, cover price $54.99

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