Searching Multimedia Databases by Content bridges the gap between the database and signal processing communities by providing the necessary background information for the reader and presenting it along with the intuition and mechanics of the best existing tools in each area. The first half of Searching Multimedia Databases by Content reviews the most successful database access methods, in increasing complexity, reaching up to spatial access methods and text retrieval. In all cases, the emphasis is on practical approaches that have been incorporated in commercial systems, or that seem very promising. The second half of the book uses the above access methods to achieve fast searching in a database of signals. A general methodology is presented, which suggests extracting a few good features from each multimedia object, thus mapping objects into points in a metric space. Finally, the book concludes by presenting some recent successful applications of the methodology on time series and color images. Searching Multimedia Databases by Content is targeted towards researchers and developers of multimedia systems. The book can also serve as a textbook for a graduate course on multimedia searching, covering both access methods as well as the basics of signal processing.Next we give the source code for the Daubechies-4 DWT. ... is a language on a higher level than a#39;Ca#39; and (b) it is more widely available than the even higher level languages, of mathematical packages (like a#39;Mathematicaa#39;, a#39;Maplea#39;, a#39;MatLaba#39; etc).
|Title||:||Searching Multimedia Databases by Content|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|