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IEEE Draft Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Audio Video Bridging (AVB) Systems

IEEE P802.1BA/D2.3, February 2011, 2011

This standard defines profiles that select features, options, configurations, defaults, protocols and procedures of bridges, stations and LANs that are necessary to build networks that are capable of transporting time sensitive audio and/or video data streams.


[Errata]

IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, 2012

In the article “IP-Based Mobile and Fixed Network Audiovisual Media Services” that appeared in the November 2011 issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine [1], a production error occurred in (1).


The Glasses Are Half Empty: Turn Your Sight to Autostereoscopic 3-D

IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 2012

For cineastes and film buffs, viewing their favorite movie in stereoscopic three-dimensional (S3-D) is a must. In theaters, three-dimensional (3-D) films have become a de facto standard. In 2010, 50% of all films in the top 20 were in 3-D, and there were about twice as many tickets sold in 3-D when compared with two-dimensional (2-D) for the same titles ...


Non-speech audio to communicate runway status

2013 IEEE/AIAA 32nd Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), 2013

This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's conference presentation.


The visual system as a proxy for evaluation of brain function

2016 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC), 2016

While we recognize additional studies are needed to confirm repeatability and reliability in detecting normative and pathologic values, our methodology is an important step in demonstrating quantifiable measurements of the visual system as an indirect measurement of brain function.


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  • IEEE Draft Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Audio Video Bridging (AVB) Systems

    This standard defines profiles that select features, options, configurations, defaults, protocols and procedures of bridges, stations and LANs that are necessary to build networks that are capable of transporting time sensitive audio and/or video data streams.

  • [Errata]

    In the article “IP-Based Mobile and Fixed Network Audiovisual Media Services” that appeared in the November 2011 issue of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine [1], a production error occurred in (1).

  • The Glasses Are Half Empty: Turn Your Sight to Autostereoscopic 3-D

    For cineastes and film buffs, viewing their favorite movie in stereoscopic three-dimensional (S3-D) is a must. In theaters, three-dimensional (3-D) films have become a de facto standard. In 2010, 50% of all films in the top 20 were in 3-D, and there were about twice as many tickets sold in 3-D when compared with two-dimensional (2-D) for the same titles [1]. For home viewing, 3-D is gaining traction as well. Yet, it was found that what is accepted in theatrical viewing is not accepted at home. The need to wear glasses is one of the major obstacles for consumers buying 3-D TV sets [2], the key argument being that glasses would hinder multitasking in the living room. The NPD Group study identifies consumer hesitation to 3-D TV and concludes that the second largest objection by consumers (the first being it is too expensive, 45%) was that they had to wear glasses (42%).

  • Non-speech audio to communicate runway status

    This article consists of a collection of slides from the author's conference presentation.

  • The visual system as a proxy for evaluation of brain function

    While we recognize additional studies are needed to confirm repeatability and reliability in detecting normative and pathologic values, our methodology is an important step in demonstrating quantifiable measurements of the visual system as an indirect measurement of brain function.

  • The correlation between ocular physio-pathological manifestations and bipodal postural reactions

    This paper presents some theoretical and experimental physio-pathological aspects of certain behaviors on patient bipodal posture. In the first part of paper, aspects of ocular physio-pathology are presented in relation to the level and form of impaired visual function of the patient. Experimental structure and the evaluation are issues presented in the second part of the paper. Experimental structure uses a set of glasses simulating certain ocular pathologies and a set of recording devices for postural reactions. The sample of subjects participating in this experiment was set up after initial assessment protocol that took into account the general and specific characteristics of these determinations. The third part of the paper presents the results obtained from the application protocol evaluation. At the end of the paper conclusions from this research and future research directions are presented.

  • Maximizing the payload of the octagon-shaped shell-based data hiding scheme

    This study improves the octagon-shaped shell-based data hiding scheme to achieve the highest possible payload. Unlike the traditional exploiting- modification-direction data hiding method, a reference matrix is used instead of the extraction function in the embedding and extraction procedures. The proposed method uses a heuristic method for exploring all possible solutions to find the one that is best adapted to the human visual system. The experimental results show that the proposed method achieves a higher payload as compared to that achieved in earlier studies.

  • A Robust Visual System for Small Target Motion Detection Against Cluttered Moving Backgrounds

    Monitoring small objects against cluttered moving backgrounds is a huge challenge to future robotic vision systems. As a source of inspiration, insects are quite apt at searching for mates and tracking prey, which always appear as small dim speckles in the visual field. The exquisite sensitivity of insects for small target motion, as revealed recently, is coming from a class of specific neurons called small target motion detectors (STMDs). Although a few STMD-based models have been proposed, these existing models only use motion information for small target detection and cannot discriminate small targets from small-target-like background features (named fake features). To address this problem, this paper proposes a novel visual system model (STMD+) for small target motion detection, which is composed of four subsystems-- ommatidia, motion pathway, contrast pathway, and mushroom body. Compared with the existing STMD-based models, the additional contrast pathway extracts directional contrast from luminance signals to eliminate false positive background motion. The directional contrast and the extracted motion information by the motion pathway are integrated into the mushroom body for small target discrimination. Extensive experiments showed the significant and consistent improvements of the proposed visual system model over the existing STMD-based models against fake features.

  • Image pre-processing for content-based image coding in a teleteaching system

    Image pre-processing for content-based image coding scheme in an experimental teleteaching system, which is built on ISDN by BRI, is described. To realize better image quality of projected teaching materials, e.g. films, and to make better use of the available data rate, special consideration is given to the document image preprocessing, such as change detection, change type classification and change area extraction, as well as coding mode selection. Experiments demonstrate the effect of the scheme with the pre-processing.

  • Recent progress on perceptual video coding

    The purpose of this technical demonstration is to show how the compressed video quality can be improved by taking the characteristics of human visual system into account in the rate distortion optimization and rate control processes of a video encoder. Both the R-D performance of the video encoder and the picture quality can be evaluated subjectively by the viewers in this demonstration to witness that perceptual video coding is indeed a promising direction for next generation video coding.



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