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Volume 2, Issue 6 June 2014

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VIDEO COMPRESSION USING ACCORDIAN DISCRETE COSINE TRANSFORM METHOD
Author: Saif Ahmad1, Mohd. Maroof Siddiqui2
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to implement simple methodology used in video coding without affecting the visual quality. The desired video performances depend on applications requirements, in terms of quality, disks capacity and bandwidth. The data quantity is very large for the digital video and the memory of the storage devices and the bandwidth of the transmission channel are not infinite, so reducing the amount of data needed to reproduce video saves storage space, increases access speed and is the only way to achieve motion video on digital computers. In this paper video Compression using Accordion Discrete Cosine Transform (ACC-DCT) method is performed and analyzed. Video compression technologies have become an integral part of the way we create, communicate and consume visual information .The main objective of this paper is apply simple methodology in video coding used for video applications to reduce the amount of video data for storing or transmission purposes without affecting the visual quality.
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An optimized Fingerprint solution for a synchronized digital interface
Author: Abhishek Mishra
Abstract: The geometric characteristics of associate degree object build it distinguishable. The objects gift within the setting noted by their options and properties. The fingerprint image as object could classify into sub categories supported trivia structure. The trivia structure could categories as ridge curves generated by the orientation estimation. The extracted curves square measure invariant to location, rotation and scaling. This classification approach helps to manage fingerprints on their categories. This analysis provides a higher collaboration of information mining supported classification. This paper gives an idea about an optimized Fingerprint solution for a synchronized digital interface.
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A scalable Image Segmentation architecture for a dynamic digital interface
Author: G. K. Rao
Abstract: Image segmentation may be a very important half in today’s technological changes. we tend to planned AN algorithmic program for etymologizing the compound structure which consists of primitive image objects. Our algorithmic program works in 2 phases. foremost it produces image regions with consistent spectral content mistreatment the segmentation method. second the segmentation is translated into relative graph structure .In relative graph structure every node represents the desired region and also the edges between them acts as a relation between the regions. The region objects that seem along frequently is thought-about as powerfully connected. Experiments area unit dole out mistreatment AN Ikonos image that shows that subgraphs found inside the graph representing the full image correspond to components of various high-level compound structures.
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A high-level Location Based network applied for 3G, 4G and Internet-based GIS telecommunications
Author: K.P. Singh
Abstract: The wireless web and mobile computing these square measure the 2 apace developed technologies with a lot of and a lot of mobile based mostly services undergo the non-public and business and private life. LBS (Location based mostly Service) square measure one in every of the numerous services that needed to use in mobile devices. the utilization of PDAs, wireless web, 3G, 4G and Internet-based GIS telecommunications, the supporting mobile GIS technologies square measure apace gaining the effectiveness and recognition. therefore using GIS knowledge on mobile devices has received a generous boost, due to the increasing power of PDAs and cellular phones and therefore the growing convenience. The technological potential of Mobile abstraction Interaction (MSI), Mobile Human-Computer Interaction needs a comprehension of mental image potentialities for spatially documented content and application programs build devices to able to move themselves between totally different hosts on the network.
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