ITE Technical Report
Online ISSN : 2424-1970
Print ISSN : 1342-6893
ISSN-L : 1342-6893
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  • Type: Cover
    Pages Cover1-
    Published: January 14, 1998
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  • Type: Index
    Pages Toc1-
    Published: January 14, 1998
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  • Susumu Ichinose
    Type: Article
    Pages 1-4
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    The 21st century will see the formation of a "Cyber society" that, while separate from the real world, will cooperate with it, leading to the further expansion and development of world society. Cyber society allows the formation of virtual space through the connection of multiple computers in a network. In this virtual space, multiple users can communicate with each other and can collect and exchange information while moving about freely and engaging in activities. Three main technologies are vital to the construction of the Cyber society : platform technology for converting multimedia information to optical signals and performing digital processing and communication processing on such signals ; communications network technology for transferring these signals from one point to another ; and application technology for configuring the Cyber society that will be formed on this network. This paper describes platform technology and network technology with an emphasis on their relationship to application technology for configuring the Cyber society, and will also discuss interSpace, one of the cyber society platform system of the Cyber society.
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  • Kikufumi Kanda, Yukihiro Nishida, Eisuke Nakasu, Yoshimichi Ohtsuka, Y ...
    Type: Article
    Pages 5-10
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    In Japan, digital HDTV services via broadcasting satellite are planned to start in 2000. NHK has developed an HDTV codec conforming to the MPEG-2 MP@HL and estimated the coded picture quality with diverse image sequences. This paper shows the codec specifications and presents the result of the picture quality assessment.
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  • Takahiro Saito, Takashi Komatsu, Toru Iwama, Tomohisa Hoshi
    Type: Article
    Pages 11-16
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    Old movies are often corrupted by randomly located blotches and scratches. In this paper we present an efficient method for detection and removal of these distortions. The presented method is composed of two separate steps : the detection process and the restoration process. In the detection process, blotch locations are detected through global motion segmentation. Here, introducing the concept of the point-set type segmentation, the sequential approach to motion segmentation, a robust model-fit criterion and so on, we form the algorithm for the giobal motion segmentation tuned to the blotch detection problem. In the restoration process, the missing data of the detected blotch areas are temporally extrapolated from the corresponding image areas at the preceding or the succeeding image frame with considering the global motion segmentation results. We apply the presented method to moving image sequences distorted by artificial blotches. The method works very well and provides a subjective improvement of picture quality.
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  • Atsushi Kasao, Masayuki Nakajima
    Type: Article
    Pages 17-22
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    The goal of this research is to describe relations between impressions and elements in an image (i.e. color, texture and contours). Adequate image segmentation technique to extract these elements is required. We think that a sketch and a realistic painting are examples of optimal segmented images for our purpose because brush strokes are seem to be segmented areas and realistic paintings should remain the same impression as the model. For the reason, in this paper the segmentation technique which can create realistic painting-like segmentation is exploited. It is shown that the realistic painting-like segmentation is suitable for analyzing images.
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  • Shin-ichi Murakami, Tomohiko Shindoh
    Type: Article
    Pages 23-28
    Published: January 14, 1998
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    This paper describes an automatic recognition method of contents in moving images. The recognition process is carried out by the following two steps. At first, camera works in moving images are analyzed and moving objects are extracted from the moving images. Next, the motion of the object is recognized by pre-procured knowledge. These techniques will be applied to a construction of an efficient image database.
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  • Khairi Yusuf, Tetsuo Miyake
    Type: Article
    Pages 29-32
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    In this paper. a new method of obtaining specular surface shape by using five degrees of freedom camera system is described. The normal vectors of the surface are extracted by achieving the coincident condition between the camera axis and the surface normal vector. This method uses a five degrees of freedom (5DOF) camera to fulfill this task. From the normal vector data. the shape of the surface is reconstructed. The result shows that the methodology improves the 3-D shape of object measurement with good accuracy.
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  • Toshiaki SUGIHARA, Tsutomu MIYASATO
    Type: Article
    Pages 33-36
    Published: January 14, 1998
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    This paper describes the development of the 3DDAC mk.4 system, which is a brand new implementation in our research program. The 3DDAC is a fatigue-less stereoscopic display system that is provided with a compensating function of accommodation for binocular disparity 3D image representation. The mk.4 system also features a light-weight HMD style.
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  • Koki SATO, Kunihiko TAKANO, Takeshi KOYAMA
    Type: Article
    Pages 37-40
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    Recently, a study of Virtual-Reality becomes active. Expectation to 3-D reproduction technology rises with it. Electro-holography using Spatial-light-modulator attracts attention, because natural 3-D animated image is provided. It is important to execute hologram calculation at high speed to realize the real time electro-holography. In other words, a higher-speed computer and a study of calculation algorithm becomes an important subject. This time, we realized to fast calculation of Fresnel-Hologram by networking technology.
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  • Masahiro Ishii, Yi Cai, Makoto Sato
    Type: Article
    Pages 41-46
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    The paper aims to present a new human-scale haptic device for virtual environment named Scaleable-SPIDAR (Space Interface Device for Artificial Reality), which can provides different aspects of force feedback sensations, associated mainly with weight, contact and inertia, to both hands within a cave-like space. Tensioned string techniques are used to generate such haptic sensations, while keeping the space transparent and unbulky. The device is scaleable so as to enclose different cave-like working space. Scaleable-SPIDAR is coupled with a large screen where a computer generated virtual world is displayed. The used approach is shown to be simple, safe and sufficiently accurate for human-scale virtual environment.
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  • Yutaka Ohsawa, Kyongwol Kim
    Type: Article
    Pages 47-52
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    This paper proposes a method to manage individual information on large scale distributed geographic information systems. On such system, ordinary users usually cannot alter the contents of the server. The method proposed in this paper makes possible to alter the contents or add individual data onto such kinds of non-write-permitted data set. We call the method as GDSF, geographic differential script file'. In this method, a client user makes a GDSF which contains the private information to be added onto the served data. Then, the client keeps the file on a local disk. After this, when the user uses the data, he applies the differential data sequence onto the down loaded data to restore the information. The GDSF is a collection of picture commands which tell pictures insertions, deletions, and modification operations. The GDSF also can contain the modification of the attribute information of geographic entities. The method also applicable to modify data on a ROM device, for example CD-ROM or DVD-ROM.This paper describes the method and experimental results.
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  • Y. Sugiyama, N. Ishikawa, M. Nishida, Y. Ariki
    Type: Article
    Pages 53-58
    Published: January 14, 1998
    Released: June 23, 2017
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    In this paper, we focus on the information retrieval of human individuals who are recorded on the video database. Our purpose is to index persons by their faces or voice and to retrieve their existing time sections on the video data. The database system can track as well as extract a face or voice of a certain person and construct a model of the individual person in self-organization mode. If he appears again at different time, the system can put the mark of the same person to the associated frames. In this way, the same person can be retrieved even if the system does not know his exact name. As the face and speaker modeling, a subspace method is employed to improve the indexing accuracy.
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  • Type: Appendix
    Pages App1-
    Published: January 14, 1998
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