The advanced video information system: data structures and query processing
Candan, K. S.
Subrahmanian, V. S.
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We describe how video data can be organized and structured so as to facilitate efficient querying. We develop a formal model for video data and show how spatial data structures, suitably modified, provide an elegant way of storing such data. We develop algorithms to process various kinds of video queries and show that, in most cases, the complexity of these algorithms is linear. A prototype system, called the Advanced Video Information System (AVIS), based on these concepts, has been designed at the University of Maryland.
KeywordsAdvanced video information system (AVIS)
Content based search
Data structures, spatial, modification of
Query processing, video data
Video data, updating
Video databases, indexing
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://doi.org/10.1007/s005300050021
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