Dr. M. Reha Civanlar
Dean at Ozyegin Univ
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Author | Instructor
Publications (9)

Proceedings Article | 13 September 2008
Proc. SPIE. 7073, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXXI
KEYWORDS: Internet, Cameras, Video, Digital filtering, Denoising, Interference (communication), Transform theory, Video compression, Terbium, Motion estimation

Proceedings Article | 8 October 2007
Proc. SPIE. 6696, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXX
KEYWORDS: Super resolution, Visualization, Video, Linear filtering, Computer programming, Transform theory, Video compression, Video processing, Multimedia, Electronic filtering

Proceedings Article | 29 December 2000
Proc. SPIE. 4310, Visual Communications and Image Processing 2001
KEYWORDS: Visualization, Video, Multiplexing, Multimedia, Computer architecture, Binary data, Stereolithography, Intellectual property, Standards development, Video coding

Proceedings Article | 17 January 1997
Proc. SPIE. 2915, Video Techniques and Software for Full-Service Networks
KEYWORDS: Video, Mouth, Computing systems, Feature extraction, Video surveillance, Laser induced plasma spectroscopy, Video compression, Multimedia, Video coding, Network security

Proceedings Article | 16 September 1996
Proc. SPIE. 2952, Digital Compression Technologies and Systems for Video Communications
KEYWORDS: Image processing, Video, Multiplexing, Computer programming, Image quality, Video compression, Photoemission spectroscopy, Standards development, Asynchronous transfer mode, Image quality standards

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Conference Committee Involvement (1)
Image Processing Algorithms and Techniques II
25 February 1991 | San Jose, CA, United States
Course Instructor
SC966: Video Streaming
This course explains the basic principles and current applications of video streaming. A primary goal of the course is to reveal the underlying mechanisms and techniques shared by all networked video applications. In addition, the relevant parts of related networking protocols, e.g., TCP, UDP, and the latest video codec (H.264/AVC) properties will be explained. A classification of networked video applications, from video-on-demand to interactive video, will be presented together with their specific problems and the current solutions. The emphasis will be on the transport layer techniques including packetization issues, loss recovery, delay jitter removal, synchronization and multiplexing. Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP/RTCP) will be presented in detail. Examples will be given from the popular video streaming solutions available today either under proprietary offerings or as open source solutions. Technologists and managers who are considering deploying video streaming solutions or evaluating relative merits of existing technologies will benefit from this course.
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