code GM426
credit_hours 3
title Video Databases
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prequisites GM311, IS273
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes This course aims to provide the state-of-the-art view of video database technology. This course teaches students how to design and build video-based applications. The course covers many important topics and takes a practical approach in terms of presenting techniques for processing, storing, accessing, and distributing of video information. The course also covers the topics of video processing and data modeling techniques. The course also provides a comprehensive treatment to the underlying issues in designing video database management systems and building meaningful applications.
arabic Description/Outcomes
objectives 1. Understand video data modeling and representation
2. Explain video scene analysis and video segmentation
3. Understand video data indexing and organization
4. Apply video data query and retrieval
5. Describe video storage systems
6. Explain video data compression
7. Describe and apply video databases for different applications
8. Use a contemporary database management system to store and manipulate video files.
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ref. books 1- Borko Furht and Oge Marques, Handbook of Video Databases: Design and Applications, Auerbach Publications.
2- K. Elmagarmid, A. A. Helal, A. Jeshi and M. Ahmed, Video Database Systems: Issues, Products and Applications, Kluwer Academic Publisher.
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textbook Marcelle Kratochvil, Managing Multimedia and Unstructured Data in the Oracle Database, Packt Publishing
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