Multimedia in Forensics, Security, and Intelligence

Sebastiano Battiato, Sabu Emmanuel, Adrian Ulges, Marcel Worring
IEEE Multimedia volume 19, Pages 17-19, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, CA, USA, 2012


With the proliferation of multimedia data, it has become necessary to secure this content from illegal use, efficiently detect and reconstruct illegal activities from it, and use it as a source of intelligence. Serious challenges arise from the sheer data volume, however. The multimedia research community has developed many exciting solutions for dealing with video footage, images, audio, and other multimedia content over recent years, including knowledge extraction, automatic categorization, and indexing. Although this work forms an excellent foundation for protecting and analyzing multimedia content, challenges remain in the complexity of the targeted material, the lack of structure and metadata, and other application-specific constraints. This special issue provides an overview of current research following this mission. The articles originally appeared at the ACM Multimedia 2010 Workshop on Multimedia in Forensics, Security, and Intelligence (MiFor). The six high-quality contributions cover various approaches in the field, ranging from the visual recognition of faces and tattoos to the discovery of near duplicates and content tampering.




@article{ BATT2012,
	Title = {Multimedia in Forensics, Security, and Intelligence},
	Author = {Sebastiano Battiato and Sabu Emmanuel and Adrian Ulges and Marcel Worring},
	Year = {2012},
	Publisher = {IEEE Computer Society},
	Publisher = {19},
	Pages = {17-19},
	Journal = {IEEE Multimedia}

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