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The Optimization of Distributed Processing for Arbitrary View Generation in Camera Sensor Networks
Mehrdad PANAHPOUR TEHRANI Purim NA BANGCHANG Toshiaki FUJII Masayuki TANIMOTO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2004/08/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Digital Signal Processing)
Category: Image/Visual Signal Processing
distributed processing, centralized processing, arbitrary view generation, camera sensor network, optimization,
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The Camera sensor network is a new advent of technology in which each sensor node can capture video signal, process and communicate with other nodes. We have investigated a dense node configuration. The requested processing task in this network is arbitrary view generation among nodes view. To avoid unnecessary communication between nodes in this network and to speed up the processing time, we propose a distributed processing architecture where the number of nodes sharing image data are optimized. Therefore, each sensor node processes part of the interpolation algorithm with local communication between sensor nodes. Two processing methods are used based on the image size shared. These two methods are F-DP (Fully image shared Distributed Processing) and P-DP (Partially image shared Distributed Processing). In this research, the network processing time has been theoretically analyzed for one user. The theoretical results are compatible with the experimental results. In addition, the performance of proposed DP methods were compared with Centralized Processing (CP). As a result, the best processing method for optimum number of nodes can be chosen based on (i) communication delay of the network, (ii) whether the network has one or more channels for communication among nodes and (iii) the processing ability of nodes.