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By James R. Wilcox

This designated factor contains the various impressive paintings initially provided on the ACM Multimedia convention 2003 (ACM MM 2003). The convention got 255 submissions, of which forty three fine quality papers have been approved for presentation. of those papers, the Technical application Chairs invited a dozen authors to publish stronger models in their papers to this targeted factor. those papers went via a rigorous evaluation method, and we're satisfied to offer 4 really remarkable papers during this specialissue. because of the hugely aggressive assessment technique and constrained house, many glorious papers couldn't be accredited for this particular factor. in spite of the fact that, a few of them are being forwarded for attention as destiny general papers during this magazine.

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RELATED WORK There are a number of related technologies to the proposed system detailed in this article. 1 Video Streaming and Capture Cameras There are a number of technologies that are available that capture video data and either store the data to the local hard disk or stream the data across the network. For example, web cameras such as the Logitech 3000 camera comes with software to allow motion-activated capture of video data. The camera, however, is not programmable and cannot be networked for storage or retrieval.

An example of the union map for someone walking through our lab (Figure 6(a)) is shown in Figure 6(b). The query manager is responsible for handling requests from the clients. Queries are entered into the video window. The user can left click to highlight 8 × 8 pixel regions within the video screen. The user can select any arbitrary shape of regions of interest. Upon receiving the query, the query manager finds all events within the system that have one of the regions in its event overview map.

Geophys. Res. ). TAN, W. AND ZAKHOR, A. 1999. Real-time internet video using error resilient scalable compression and TCP-friendly transport protocol. IEEE Trans. Multimed. 1, 2 (June). Received January 2005; accepted January 2005 ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications and Applications, Vol. 1, No. 2, May 2005. Semantics and Feature Discovery via Confidence-Based Ensemble KINGSHY GOH, BEITAO LI and EDWARD Y. CHANG University of California, Santa Barbara Providing accurate and scalable solutions to map low-level perceptual features to high-level semantics is essential for multimedia information organization and retrieval.

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