By Tatiana Jaworska (auth.), Aleksander Zgrzywa, Kazimierz Choroś, Andrzej Siemiński (eds.)
Aleksander Zgrzywa, Kazimierz Choroś, and Andrzej Siemiński (Eds.)
Multimedia and net structures: concept and Practice
During the final twenty years now we have witnessed a speedy improvement of Multimedia and community details structures. what's much more very important, the speed of switch doesn't convey any signal of slowing. after we glance again we see what number examine tasks that experience originated at a number of universities or in examine amenities at the moment are a part of our daily life.
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The second stage is devoted to a combined analysis of single camera processing results. Here, the problem of object re-identification can be introduced. e. people) which can be variously represented in different system cameras. This process may allow object tracking to be performed, within the whole monitored area. A complete route of a moving object can be obtained on demand, in this way. However, this task requires several image processing steps to be performed. In the following section several approaches for single- and multi-camera object tracking are presented.
This general "processing template" can be combined with numerous image registration algorithms, but again, in general it does not guarantee error-free results [1, 2]. Another possible way to overcome mentioned issues lies in performing multiple "sub-registrations" using segments of original images and performing a synthesis of these particular tasks' results. For example in  and  authors developed a multi-agent systems with certain common characteristics. Both fixed and transformed images are split into smaller segments, multiple types of agents with specific tasks are present and some form of coordination, or even central control, exists - former solution uses blackboard architecture while the latter is controlled by a supervising agent.