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Proceedings of SPIE Volume 9030

Mobile Devices and Multimedia: Enabling Technologies, Algorithms, and Applications 2014
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Volume Number: 9030
Date Published: 20 February 2014
Softcover: 24 papers (240) pages
ISBN: 9780819499479

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Front Matter: Volume 9030
Author(s): Proceedings of SPIE
Conception of a course for professional training and education in the field of computer and mobile forensics, part III: network forensics and penetration testing
Author(s): Knut Kröger; Reiner Creutzburg
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A remote laboratory for USRP-based software defined radio
Author(s): Rudresh Gandhinagar Ekanthappa; Rodrigo Escobar; Achot Matevossian; David Akopian
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Accessing multimedia content from mobile applications using semantic web technologies
Author(s): Jörn Kreutel; Andrea Gerlach; Stefanie Klekamp; Kristin Schulz
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Real-time global illumination on mobile device
Author(s): Minsu Ahn; Inwoo Ha; Hyong-Euk Lee; James D. K. Kim
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Micro modules for mobile shape, color and spectral imaging with smartpads in industry, biology and medicine
Author(s): Dietrich Hofmann; Paul-Gerald Dittrich; Eric Düntsch; Daniel Kraus
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A mobile phone user interface for image-based dietary assessment
Author(s): Ziad Ahmad; Nitin Khanna; Deborah A. Kerr; Carol J. Boushey; Edward J. Delp
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Interactive real-time media streaming with reliable communication
Author(s): Xunyu Pan; Kevin M. Free
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Efficient burst image compression using H.265/HEVC
Author(s): Hoda Roodaki-Lavasani; Jani Lainema
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MPEG-4 solutions for virtualizing RDP-based applications
Author(s): Bojan Joveski; Mihai Mitrea; Rama-Rao Ganji
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Evaluation of in-network adaptation of scalable high efficiency video coding (SHVC) in mobile environments
Author(s): James Nightingale; Qi Wang; Christos Grecos; Sergio Goma
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Spatial domain entertainment audio decompression/compression
Author(s): Y. K. Chan; Ka Him Kevin Tam
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Combining spherical harmonics and point lights for real-time photorealistic rendering
Author(s): Inwoo Ha; Minsu Ahn; Hyungwook Lee; James D. K. Kim
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Fast ice image retrieval based on a multilayer system
Author(s): Guoyu Lu; Scott Sorensen; Chandra Kambhamettu
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Multi-frame knowledge based text enhancement for mobile phone captured videos
Author(s): Suleyman Ozarslan; P. Erhan Eren
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Possibilities for retracing of copyright violations on current video game consoles by optical disk analysis
Author(s): Frank Irmler; Reiner Creutzburg
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Indoor positioning system using WLAN multipath signals as fingerprints for mobile devices
Author(s): Anirban Saha; David Akopian
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Human activity recognition by smartphones regardless of device orientation
Author(s): Jafet Morales; David Akopian; Sos Agaian
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Implementation of a forensic tool to examine the Windows registry
Author(s): Christian Leube; Knut Kröger; Reiner Creutzburg
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Virtual tutorials, Wikipedia books, and multimedia-based teaching for blended learning support in a course on algorithms and data structures
Author(s): Jenny Knackmuß; Reiner Creutzburg
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Hacking and securing the AR.Drone 2.0 quadcopter: investigations for improving the security of a toy
Author(s): Johann-Sebastian Pleban; Ricardo Band; Reiner Creutzburg
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A new 1D parameter-control chaotic framework
Author(s): Zhongyun Hua; Yicong Zhou; Chi-Man Pun; C. L. Philip Chen
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A new collage steganographic algorithm using cartoon design
Author(s): Shuang Yi; Yicong Zhou; Chi-Man Pun; C. L. Philip Chen
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Fixed tile rate codec for bandwidth saving in video processors
Author(s): Vladimir Lachine; Chon-Tam Le Dinh; Dinh Kha Le; Jeffrey Wong
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Dealing with faulty measurements in WLAN indoor positioning
Author(s): Jafet Morales; David Akopian; Sos Agaian
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