Video is a very powerful and rapidly changing medium. The increasing availability of low cost, low power, highly accurate video imagery has resulted in the rapid growth of applications using this data. Video provides multiple temporal constraints, which make it easier to analyze a complex, and coordinated series of events that cannot be understood by just looking at only a single image or a few frames. The effective use of video requires understanding of video processing, video analysis, video synthesis, video retrieval, video compression and other related computing techniques.
The Video Computing book series provides a forum for the dissemination of innovative research results for computer vision, image processing, database and computer graphics researchers, who are interested in different aspects of video.
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