11 October 2000 Video flow active control by means of adaptive shifted foveal geometries
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This paper presents a control mechanism for video transmission that relies on transmitting non-uniform resolution images depending on the delay of the communication channel. These images are built in an active way to keep the areas of interest of the image at the highest resolution available. In order to shift the area of high resolution over the image and to achieve a data structure easy to process by using conventional algorithms, a shifted fovea multi resolution geometry of adaptive size is used. Besides, if delays are nevertheless too high, the different areas of resolution of the image can be transmitted at different rates. A functional system has been developed for corridor surveillance with static cameras. Tests with real video images have proven that the method allows an almost constant rate of images per second as long as the channel is not collapsed.
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Cristina Urdiales, Cristina Urdiales, Juan Antonio Rodriguez, Juan Antonio Rodriguez, Antonio J. Bandera, Antonio J. Bandera, Francisco Sandoval, Francisco Sandoval, "Video flow active control by means of adaptive shifted foveal geometries", Proc. SPIE 4197, Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XIX: Algorithms, Techniques, and Active Vision, (11 October 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.403767; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.403767


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