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Object-Based Video Representation for Remote Patient Monitoring

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6 Author(s)
Renbin Peng ; Dept. of Neurological Surg., Pittsburgh Univ., PA ; R. J. Sclabassi ; Qiang Liu ; Bing Liu
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Object-based video representation plays an important role in remote patient monitoring built on video coding and Internet transmission. This paper introduces an object-based video representation method using two novel change detection techniques, and presents a demo system built upon ConferenceXP, where three types of video objects are constructed by exploiting the features in patient monitoring video. Our experimental results based on real-world data have shown that these techniques provide better foreground and background separation, higher coding efficiency, and improved performance in remote patient monitoring

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1st Transdisciplinary Conference on Distributed Diagnosis and Home Healthcare, 2006. D2H2.

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2-4 April 2006