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Type: Conference paper
Title: Biologically-inspired pre-compression enhancement of video for forensic applications
Author: Poursoltan, S.
Brinkworth, R.
Sorell, M.
Citation: ICCSPA'13: Proceedings of the 2013 First International Conference on Communications, Signal Processing and their Applications, held in Sharjah, 12-14 February, 2013: pp.1-6
Publisher: IEEE
Publisher Place: USA
Issue Date: 2013
Series/Report no.: International Conference on Communications Signal Processing and their Applications ICCSPA
ISBN: 9781467328203
ISSN: 2377-682X
Conference Name: International Conference on Communications, Signal Processing, and their Applications (1st : 2013 : Sharjah)
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S. Poursoltan, R. Brinkworth and M. Sorell
Abstract: Digital video is an increasingly common form of legal evidence. Visible artifacts caused by lossy compression raise questions of the validity and therefore admissibility of such evidence. Blockiness (caused by the loss of high frequency spatial information) and translation of artifacts (due to motion-based compression) are two major sources of distortion which can affect object shapes and therefore object recognition, such as that of alphanumeric characters. We propose a novel pre-compression video enhancement method inspired by the properties of Large Monopolar Cells (LMC) in insect visual systems. The integration of standard compression schemes and biologically-inspired video enhancement enables us to keep more semantic information at comparable data rates, thereby improving recognition rates. Experimental results demonstrate the effectiveness and limitations of the proposed approach.
Rights: © Copyright 2013 IEEE - All rights reserved.
RMID: 0020128347
DOI: 10.1109/ICCSPA.2013.6487251
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