EuclidIQ Announces Another Patent Grant from the Canadian Patent Office
This latest grant brings EuclidIQ’s patent pool to 31 with additional patents pending in the U.S. and internationally.
The patent, titled “Apparatus and method for processing video data”, takes into account global motion in generating an object-based encoding. An object may be detected in video data and correspondence models may be generated from the detected object. Spectral, texture, and motion segmentation are employed.
From the patent abstract:
“An apparatus and methods for processing video data are described. The invention provides a representation of video data that can be used to assess agreement between the data and a fitting model for a particular parameterization of the data. This allows the comparison of different parameterization techniques and the selection of the optimum one for continued video processing of the particular data. The representation can be utilized in intermediate form as part of a larger process or as a feedback mechanism for processing video data. When utilized in its intermediate form, the invention can be used in processes for storage, enhancement, refinement, feature extraction, compression, coding, and transmission of video data. The invention serves to extract salient information in a robust and efficient manner while addressing the problems typically associated with video data sources.”
EuclidIQ continues to advance and protect its Intellectual property rights with patent filings in the US and around the world.
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