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October 2010 MM '10: Proceedings of the 18th ACM international conference on Multimedia
Publisher: ACM
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Visual search connects physical ( offline ) objects with ( online ) digital media. Using objects from the environment, like newspapers, magazines, books and posters, we can retrieve supplemental information from the online world. In this demonstration, we show a framework for delivering visual search services to users of mobile ...
Keywords: augmented reality, tangible interface, visual search, mobile application, publishing

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August 2010 ICPR '10: Proceedings of the 2010 20th International Conference on Pattern Recognition
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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A method for image matching from partial blurry images is presented that leverages existing text retrieval algorithms to provide a solution that scales to hundreds of thousands of images. As an initial application, we present a document image matching system in which the user supplies a query image of a ...
Keywords: visual search, image retrieval, image matching, large image database

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February 2010 HotMobile '10: Proceedings of the Eleventh Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems & Applications
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 5
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We argue that the most desirable architecture for mobile image recognition runs the complete algorithm on the mobile device. Alternative solutions that run the recognizer on a remote server will not be as desirable because of the delay between image capture and receipt of a result that can cause users ...
Keywords: visual search, camera phone, document retrieval

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June 2009 ICME'09: Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE international conference on Multimedia and Expo
Publisher: IEEE Press
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Mobile applications are increasingly becoming part of our lives and our work. Moreover, visual capture capability on mobile devices is increasingly being used for linking the real world and the digital world. In this demonstration paper we present an application for accessing and browsing web sites by pointing a mobile ...

5 published by ACM
October 2008 MM '08: Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Multimedia
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HotPaper enables users to electronically interact with paper documents by pointing their camera phones at a document. Electronic interaction is in the form of reading and/or writing images, audio and video clips, urls, notes, etc to the paper. HotPaper does not require any machine readable code, such as a barcode ...
Keywords: markerless linking, linking paper to electronic data, mobile interaction, mobile imaging

6 published by ACM
October 2008 MM '08: Proceedings of the 16th ACM international conference on Multimedia
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The popularity of camera phones enables many exciting multimedia applications. In this paper, we present a novel technology and several applications that allow users to interact with paper documents, books, and magazines. This interaction is in the form of reading and writing electronic information, such as images, web urls, video, ...
Keywords: linking paper to electronic data, mobile interaction, mobile imaging, markerless linking

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April 2008 CHI EA '08: CHI '08 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems
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For more than half a century, musicians used artwork as a way of visually describing the contents of an album. 'Cover art' attracts attention, reminds the listener of the contents, and when printed on the album cover, provides a tangible representation of the music that's easily used for organization and ...
Keywords: barcodes, itunes, music sharing, information visualization, multimedia databases, tangible interfaces

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November 2007 ICAT '07: Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 18

A new method for augmenting paper documents with electronic information is described that does not modify the format of the paper document in any way. Applicable to both commercially printed documents as well as documents that are output from PC's, the technique we call Paper-Based Augmented Reality substantially improves the ...
Keywords: camera phone, paper documents, data links

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September 2007 MM '07: Proceedings of the 15th ACM international conference on Multimedia
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In this paper, we describe a method for storing an entire video, animation sequence, or any other media type, on paper. The method is based on printing a key frame from a video on paper along with a barcode that encodes the motion information and other auxiliary information in MPEG-4 ...

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November 2005 MULTIMEDIA '05: Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia
Publisher: ACM
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The Office Blogger (OBlog) is an experimental prototype of a multimedia appliance that allows an office worker to easily record events, conversations, meetings, pictures and documents, and helps create blog entries from that data. OBlog employs a novel image classification algorithm and automatic post processing to make the information about ...
Keywords: blog, continuous capture, multimedia, memory appliance

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July 2005 IEEE MultiMedia: Volume 12 Issue 3, July 2005
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
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Citation Count: 3

In the ever-daunting quest for a killer application, the focus has mostly been on the application. However, we should stop to ask where the killer data comes from. In this article, the authors draw attention to an important aspect of multimedia: the role of corpora on the multimedia research agenda.

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August 2004 ICPR '04: Proceedings of the Pattern Recognition, 17th International Conference on (ICPR'04) Volume 2 - Volume 02
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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A system is described for creating paper documents that show images of presentation slides and bar codes that point to a multimedia recording of a presentation that has not yet occurred. An image-matching algorithm applied after a presentation determines when each slide was displayed. These time-stamps map the bar codes ...

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November 2003 MULTIMEDIA '03: Proceedings of the eleventh ACM international conference on Multimedia
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Citation Count: 7
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Video Paper is a prototype system for multimedia browsing, analysis, and replay. Key frames extracted from a video recording are printed on paper together with bar codes that allow for random access and replay. A transcript for the audio track can also be shown so that users can read what ...
Keywords: access, paper-based multimedia browsing, replay, retrieval

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November 2003 MULTIMEDIA '03: Proceedings of the eleventh ACM international conference on Multimedia
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Citation Count: 6
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An algorithm is presented that automatically matches images of presentation slides to the symbolic source file (e.g., PowerPoint™ or Acrobat™) from which they were generated. The images are captured either by tapping the video output from a laptop connected to a projector or by taking a picture of what's displayed ...
Keywords: meeting recording, e-learning, document linking, multimedia meeting room, presentation recording, synchronization

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August 2003 ICDAR '03: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Document Analysis and Recognition - Volume 1
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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The components of a key frame selection algorithm fora paper-based multimedia browsing interface calledVideo Paper are described. Analysis of video imageframes is combined with the results of processing theclosed caption to select key frames that are printed on apaper document together with the closed caption. Barcodes positioned near the key ...

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July 2003 ICME '03: Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Multimedia and Expo - Volume 3 (ICME '03) - Volume 03
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Recorded meetings are useful only if people can find, access, and browse them easily. Key-frames and video skims are useful representations that can enable quick previewing of the content without actually watching a meeting recording from beginning to end. This paper proposes a new method for creating meeting video skims ...

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July 2003 ICME '03: Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on Multimedia and Expo - Volume 1
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Citation Count: 4

A paper-based interface for browsing video is proposed. A paper document shows key frames selected from a video, a transcript for the parallel audio track, and bar codes that, when scanned, invoke a multimedia player. The paper document provides a stand-alone representation for a video recording that lets a user ...

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December 2002 PCM '02: Proceedings of the Third IEEE Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia: Advances in Multimedia Information Processing
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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Citation Count: 1

We have developed a meeting recorder system which captures a panoramic video of a meeting room. Segmentation of people from this video is required for tracking and retrieval applications. However, the application scenario makes it difficult to rely on the usual solution of static background initialization and purely motion-based tracking ...

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December 2002 MULTIMEDIA '02: Proceedings of the tenth ACM international conference on Multimedia
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The design and implementation of a portable meeting recorder is presented. Composed of an omni-directional video camera with four-channel audio capture, the system saves a view of all the activity in a meeting and the directions from which people spoke. Subsequent analysis computes metadata that includes video activity analysis of ...
Keywords: appliance, omni-directional video, audio processing, MPEG-2 compressed domain analysis, meeting recorder

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April 2001 Pattern Recognition Letters - Special issue on image/video indexing and retrieval: Volume 22 Issue 5, April 2001
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
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Keywords: IM3, symbolic compression, document indexing, duplicate detection



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