Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, ICME 2002, Lausanne, Switzerland. August 26-29, 2002. Volume II.
IEEE 2002, ISBN 0-7803-7304-9
, Oliver Schreer
: Virtual team user environments - a step from tele-cubicles towards distributed tele-collaboration in mediated workspaces.
, Yuk-Hee Chan
: Colour quantization of compressed video sequences based on the estimation of cumulative colour histogram.
, Wai-tian Tan
: Directed acyclic graph based source modeling for data unit selection of streaming media over QoS networks.
, Antonio Ortega
: Optimal rate control for video transmission over VBR channels based on a hybrid MMAX/MMSE criterion.
: Multi-level memory prefetching for media and stream processing.
: Optimizing DSP and media benchmarks for Pentium 4: hardware and software issues.
Ara V. Nefian
: Embedded Bayesian networks for face recognition.
, Richard Reilly
: Fast marching methods applied to face location in videophone applications using colour information.
, Hai-Yun Wang
: Region-based nonparametric optical flow segmentation with pre-clustering and post-clustering.
, Kevin Tilhou
: Structuring the personal multimedia collection of a mobile device user based on geolocation.
: Spatial auditory processing for a hearing robot.
: Audio mixing for centralized conferences in a SIP environment.
, Bhiksha Raj
: The MERL SpokenQuery information retrieval system a system for retrieving pertinent documents from a spoken query.
: Multimedia medical diagnostic document.
: A study on automatic database creation and summarization of a vaulting horse class.
, Soo In Lee
: Satellite remote education system design and implementation using MPEG-4 under DVD compliant network.
, Yoshinao Aoki
: A real-time interactive non-verbal communication system through semantic feature extraction.
Benjamin W. Wah
, Xiao Su
: Loss concealments of subband coded images for real-time transmissions in the Internet.
, James E. Fowler
: A performance analysis of spread-spectrum watermarking based on redundant transforms.
: Some results on robustness, security and usability of biometric systems.
, Benjamin W. Wah
: LSP-based multiple-description coding for real-time low bit-rate voice transmissions.