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Articles by E. Bourennane
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  A.Ben Abdelali , A. Mtibaa , E. Bourennane and M. Abid
  Content based video indexing is currently employed in variety of new applications, including video surveillance, Access to real time incoming video, intelligent transmission of video data, etc. Several methods aiming at automating this time and resource consuming process have appeared in literature. They employ several content analysis and feature extraction techniques including, typically, signal and image processing techniques to analyze color, texture, form, sound, etc. Implementing such applications on a general purpose computer can be easier, but not sufficient to support the complexity and the performance needs of some new applications. The use of application specific hardware permits to offer much greater speed and performance. In this study we focus on hardware implementation of content based video indexing techniques by using the FPGA technology. We aim to propose hardware modules that can satisfy requirements of applications under hard constraints, such as real time applications and applications of high complexity. We represent tow examples of micro-architectures related to the dominant colors descriptor and the compact color descriptor. The synthesis and simulation results for the provided solutions are also given.
  Mtibaa, A. , A. Sboui and E. Bourennane
  In recent years, the use of FPGA "Field Programmed Gate Arrays" as the main suitable circuit for SoC "System on Chip" prototyping has launched an ever-increasing FPGA capacity mass production. FPGA based systems offer the programmability of software, allowing various applications to be mapped to them. Those circuits, specially the modern FPGAs, witch actually containing one or more embedded processor cores (both hard and soft cores) are quickly becoming a mainstream architecture for high performance application. Hoverer the lack of co-design tools witch fully support those new architectures has introduced the so-called Design Productivity Crisis. To remedy this gap, a great effort has launched in researching of an CAD "Computer Aid design" tool that is oriented towards hardware rather than software development with a reasonable abstraction level, witch established standards industry-wide and/or the efficient interface synthesis tools making the integration of IPs "Intellectual Property" from different provider and/or technologies in the same SoC will be more easy. In this study we aim to extend the Streams-C design and synthesis environment in order to support those new challenges.
 
 
 
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