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Cobra: A Prototype of a Video DBMS

  • Milan Petković
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Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (MMSA, volume 25)

Abstract

An increasing number of large video libraries, which are becoming publicly available, result in a demand for techniques that can manipulate the video data based on content. This has led to a wide range of research on techniques for video database management systems (see [1–4] for reviews). However, a traditional database management system does not provide enough facilities for managing and retrieving video contents. Therefore, in the preceding chapters, we have recommended some solutions for the major problems. First, we have proposed a suitable video framework and then several knowledge-based methods for interpreting raw data into semantic content.

Keywords

Hide Markov Model Video Sequence Digital Library Video Processing Dynamic Bayesian Network 
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