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Shih-Fu Chang. Exploring Functionalities in the Image/Video Compressed Domain. ACM Computing Surveys, 27(4):573-575, December 1995.

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Compressed-domain image technologies have attracted much interest recently, including our continuing research work. Manipulation functions such as geometrical transformation and video compositing have been developed in the JPEG-based compressed domain [3, 4] and MPEG-based compressed domain [3]. We have also demonstrated techniques for compressed-domain nonlinear video editing [6]. Feature extraction from the compress images/videos have been demonstrated for content-based query as well [5,6]. How are these functions achieved in the compressed domain? Usually answers are not trivial even for simple functions. One example is simple cut and paste. Cut and paste of images may cause block structure misalignment in the JPEG and MPEG compressed domain. Cut and paste of videos may cause buffer overflow or underflow in the MPEG-compressed domain. Solutions need to be provided to handle these issues (which may not have equivalent counterparts in the uncompressed domain)


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   Author = {Chang, Shih-Fu},
   Title = {Exploring Functionalities in the Image/Video Compressed Domain},
   Journal = {ACM Computing Surveys},
   Volume = {27},
   Number = {4},
   Pages = {573--575},
   Month = {December},
   Year = {1995}

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