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interaction relationships of caches in agent-based hd video surveillance: discovery and utilization
Author: Niu Wenjia ; Li Gang ; Tong Endong ; Yang Xinghua ; Chang Liang ; Shi Zhongzhi ; Ci Song
Keyword: Digital television ; Information management ; Monitoring ; Video streaming
Source: Journal of Network and Computer Applications
Issued Date: 2013
Pages: -
Indexed Type: EI
Department: (1) Institute of Acoustics Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100190 China; (2) School of Information Technology Deakin University 221 Burwood Highway Vic 3125 Australia; (3) Guangxi Key Laboratory of Trusted Software Guilin University of Electronic Technology Guilin 541004 China; (4) Key Laboratory of Intelligent Information Processing Institute of Computing Technology Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100190 China
Abstract: In the research of networked HD video surveillance, various caches embedded in the IP camera, the data management server and the network proxy server are used for lossless video storage and complete playback. How to utilize agent technology to achieve effective and collaborative caching in the end-to-end process of video capture, network data transmission and video data management, has been considered as an emerging solution. However, on one hand, according to the cache's location in HD video surveillance implementation, all caches can form a top-down hierarchical structure in a vertical direction; while on the other hand, according to the cache's storage performance such as free storage space, "similar" caches at the same level can be grouped by clustering in a horizontal direction. Hence, how to discover the complex interaction relationships among caches by considering both vertical and horizontal directions and further effectively make optimized video stream transmission though collaborative caching is still an open and challenging problem. In this paper, we designed an agent-based collaborative caching model, in which three roles of agents: the Capturer Agent, the Transmitter Agent and the Manager Agent are developed for discovering the intrinsic interaction relationships of caches. By utilizing the relationship, approaches to controlling caching activities and planning video stream transmission are further proposed. The case study and experimental evaluations demonstrate the capability of the proposed approach for HD video surveillance. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
English Abstract: In the research of networked HD video surveillance, various caches embedded in the IP camera, the data management server and the network proxy server are used for lossless video storage and complete playback. How to utilize agent technology to achieve effective and collaborative caching in the end-to-end process of video capture, network data transmission and video data management, has been considered as an emerging solution. However, on one hand, according to the cache's location in HD video surveillance implementation, all caches can form a top-down hierarchical structure in a vertical direction; while on the other hand, according to the cache's storage performance such as free storage space, "similar" caches at the same level can be grouped by clustering in a horizontal direction. Hence, how to discover the complex interaction relationships among caches by considering both vertical and horizontal directions and further effectively make optimized video stream transmission though collaborative caching is still an open and challenging problem. In this paper, we designed an agent-based collaborative caching model, in which three roles of agents: the Capturer Agent, the Transmitter Agent and the Manager Agent are developed for discovering the intrinsic interaction relationships of caches. By utilizing the relationship, approaches to controlling caching activities and planning video stream transmission are further proposed. The case study and experimental evaluations demonstrate the capability of the proposed approach for HD video surveillance. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Language: 英语
Content Type: 期刊论文
URI: http://ir.iscas.ac.cn/handle/311060/15220
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Niu Wenjia,Li Gang,Tong Endong,et al. interaction relationships of caches in agent-based hd video surveillance: discovery and utilization[J]. Journal of Network and Computer Applications,2013-01-01:-.
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