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Building multimedia security applications in the MPEG reconfigurable video coding (RVC) framework

Building multimedia security applications in the MPEG reconfigurable video coding (RVC) framework

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AHMAD, Junaid Jameel, Shujun LI, Ihab AMER, Marco MATTAVELLI, 2011. Building multimedia security applications in the MPEG reconfigurable video coding (RVC) framework. The thirteenth ACM multimedia workshop on Multimedia and security - MM&Sec '11. Buffalo, New York, USA, Sep 29, 2011 - Sep 30, 2011. In: Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM multimedia workshop on Multimedia and security - MM&Sec '11. New York, New York, USA:ACM Press, pp. 121-130. ISBN 978-1-4503-0806-9. Available under: doi: 10.1145/2037252.2037275

@inproceedings{Ahmad2011Build-18443, title={Building multimedia security applications in the MPEG reconfigurable video coding (RVC) framework}, year={2011}, doi={10.1145/2037252.2037275}, isbn={978-1-4503-0806-9}, address={New York, New York, USA}, publisher={ACM Press}, booktitle={Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM multimedia workshop on Multimedia and security - MM&Sec '11}, pages={121--130}, author={Ahmad, Junaid Jameel and Li, Shujun and Amer, Ihab and Mattavelli, Marco} }

eng Mattavelli, Marco Li, Shujun Li, Shujun Amer, Ihab 2011 2012-03-14T10:27:21Z 2012-03-14T10:27:21Z Ahmad, Junaid Jameel Amer, Ihab Although used by most of system developers, imperative languages are known for not being able to provide easily reconfigurable, platform independent and strictly modular applications. ISO/IEC has recently developed a new video coding standard called Reconfigurable Video Coding (RVC), with the objective of providing modular and concurrent specifications of complex video codecs that constitute a better starting point for implementation of applications using video compression. Multimedia security applications are traditionally developed in imperative languages mainly because the required multimedia codecs were only available in specification and implementations based on imperative languages. Therefore, aside from the technical challenges inherited from multimedia codecs, multimedia security applications also face a number of other challenges which are only specific to them. Since a number of multimedia codecs are already available in the RVC framework, multimedia security applications can now also be developed using this new development framework. This paper explains why the RVC framework approach can be used to efficiently overcome those technical challenges better than existing imperative languages. In addition, the paper demonstrates how the RVC framework can be used to quickly develop multimedia security applications by presenting some examples including a joint H.264/AVC video encryption-encoding system, a joint JPEG image encryption-encoding system and a image watermarking system in JPEG compressed-domain. Building multimedia security applications in the MPEG reconfigurable video coding (RVC) framework terms-of-use Proceedings of the thirteenth ACM multimedia workshop Multimedia and Security : September 29 - 30, 2011, Buffalo, NY, USA : [MM & Sec ; 13 (Buffalo, USA) : 2011.09.29-30] / general chairs: Chad Heitzenrater. - New York, NY : ACM, 2011. - S. 121-130. - ISBN 978-1-450-30806-9 Ahmad, Junaid Jameel Mattavelli, Marco

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