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21 May 2012 Geospatial processing of registered H.264 data
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The H.264 protocol for high resolution video offers several enhancements which can be leveraged for the selective tracking and focused resolution of disjoint macro-blocks of the frame sequence such that a smooth degradation of context is achieved at significant compression rates. We demonstrate the near real time temporal and spatial foveation of the video stream. Tracking results produced by spatial statistics of the georegistered motion vectors of the H.264 frames are useful for change detection and background discrimination as well as temporal foveation. Finally, we discuss the online analytical processing of the spatial database of full motion video through use of the automatically generated geospatial statistical descriptor metadata.
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Ray Maleh, Frank A. Boyle, and Paul B. Deignan "Geospatial processing of registered H.264 data", Proc. SPIE 8396, Geospatial InfoFusion II, 83960E (21 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.918593
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