video sensing

video sensing

[′vid·ē·ō ′sens·iŋ]
(computer science)
In optical character recognition, a scanning technique in which the document is flooded with light from an ordinary light source, and the image of the character is reflected onto the face of a cathode-ray tube, where it is scanned by an electron beam.
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Distributed compressed video sensing based on the optimization of hypothesis set update technique.
Compressive Video Sensing (CVS) [1]-[3] refers to a technique that realizes the low-complex video coding by using the Compressive Sensing (CS) [4], which has been attracted a lot of research interest because of its potential application prospect in the resource-constrained environments, e.g., Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks (WMSN) [5].
Each RZ/G device includes an 800 megahertz (MHz) DDR3 external memory interface, which provides ample performance margin for applications including image processing of multiple video streams for monitoring systems and video sensing such as face recognition.
HFTTL is a single program of record with multiple systems, including the SOF tactical video system, remote surveillance target acquisition system and the austere location force protection kit--"a self-contained force protection system consisting of remote video sensing, unattended ground sensor, standoff video surveillance, radar, sniper detection, and power generation components," according to SOF requirements.
Lighting Science Group's new ultra-efficient J5 security light integrates video sensing with Wi-Fi operation and streams real time imaging to home computer or mobile devices making it ideal for commercial or residential applications.