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IEEE MultiMedia 

About: IEEE MultiMedia is an academic journal. The journal publishes majorly in the area(s): The Internet & Image retrieval. It has an ISSN identifier of 1070-986X. Over the lifetime, 1276 publication(s) have been published receiving 42448 citation(s).
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Zhengyou Zhang1Institutions (1)
TL;DR: While the Kinect sensor incorporates several advanced sensing hardware, this article focuses on the vision aspect of the sensor and its impact beyond the gaming industry.
Abstract: Recent advances in 3D depth cameras such as Microsoft Kinect sensors (www.xbox.com/en-US/kinect) have created many opportunities for multimedia computing. The Kinect sensor lets the computer directly sense the third dimension (depth) of the players and the environment. It also understands when users talk, knows who they are when they walk up to it, and can interpret their movements and translate them into a format that developers can use to build new experiences. While the Kinect sensor incorporates several advanced sensing hardware, this article focuses on the vision aspect of the Kinect sensor and its impact beyond the gaming industry.

1,911 citations


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E. Wold1, T. Blum, D. Keislar, J. WheatenInstitutions (1)
TL;DR: The audio analysis, search, and classification engine described here reduces sounds to perceptual and acoustical features, which lets users search or retrieve sounds by any one feature or a combination of them, by specifying previously learned classes based on these features.
Abstract: Many audio and multimedia applications would benefit from the ability to classify and search for audio based on its characteristics. The audio analysis, search, and classification engine described here reduces sounds to perceptual and acoustical features. This lets users search or retrieve sounds by any one feature or a combination of them, by specifying previously learned classes based on these features, or by selecting or entering reference sounds and asking the engine to retrieve similar or dissimilar sounds.

1,127 citations


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I. Sodagar1Institutions (1)
TL;DR: A new standard to enable dynamic and adaptive streaming of media over HTTP is finalized, which aims to address the interoperability needs between devices and servers of various vendors.
Abstract: MPEG has recently finalized a new standard to enable dynamic and adaptive streaming of media over HTTP. This standard aims to address the interoperability needs between devices and servers of various vendors. There is broad industry support for this new standard, which offers the promise of transforming the media-streaming landscape.

958 citations


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Abstract: We describe a reliable and accurate method for detecting least significant bit (LSB) nonsequential embedding in digital images. The secret message length is derived by inspecting the lossless capacity in the LSB and shifted LSB plane. An upper bound of 0.005 bits per pixel was experimentally determined for safe LSB embedding.

761 citations


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Abstract: A new visual medium, Virtualized Reality, immerses viewers in a virtual reconstruction of real-world events. The Virtualized Reality world model consists of real images and depth information computed from these images. Stereoscopic reconstructions provide a sense of complete immersion, and users can select their own viewpoints at view time, independent of the actual camera positions used to capture the event.

677 citations


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No. of papers from the Journal in previous years
YearPapers
202135
202037
201929
201837
201747
201642