In video surveillance, motion detection refers to the capability of the surveillance system to detect motion and capture the events. Motion detection is usually a software-based monitoring algorithm which, when it detects motions will signal the surveillance camera to begin capturing the event. Also called activity detection. An advanced motion detection surveillance system can analyze the type of motion to see if it warrants an alarm.
- motion estimation
In video editing motion estimation is a type of video compression scheme. The motion estimation process is done by the coder to find the motion vector pointing to the best prediction macroblock in a reference frame or field. For compression redundancy between adjacent frames can be exploited where a frame is selected as a reference […]
- motion vector
In video editing motion vectors are used to compress video by storing the changes to an image from one frame to the next. The process is a bi-dimensional pointer that communicates to the decoder how much left or right and up or down, the prediction macroblock is located from the position of the macroblock in […]
(1) To make a mass storage device available. In Macintosh environments, for example, inserting a floppy disk into the drive is called mounting the floppy. (2) To install a device, such as a disk drive or expansion board.
)A device that controls the movement of the cursor or pointer on a display screen. A mouse is a small object you can roll along a hard, flat surface. Its name is derived from its shape, which looks a bit like a mouse, its connecting wire that one can imagine to be the mouse’s tail, […]
- Mouse Hover
A mouse hover, also called just hover, triggers an event when a user places a mouse over a designated area, such as a hyperlink on a Web page. The action of moving the mouse over the item causes events such as pop-up windows or description boxes. Hovers can be coded into Web pages using DHTML, […]