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|Title: ||ATUWA: Video Redundancy Manager Software|
|Authors: ||Samarasinghe, S. M. M. M.|
Madushanka, G. K. M
Sameera, W. P. K.
Samarawickrama, V. G.
content level similarity
hierarchical structure of signatures
|Issue Date: ||Jan-2013|
|Citation: ||NCTM 2013|
|Series/Report no.: ||SLIIT/LIB/;|
|Abstract: ||In storage technology, de-duplication refers to the elimination redundant data. When specializing the video de-duplication, it refers to the elimination of redundancy in videos. In video de-duplication, a video is divided into a number of segments and duplicate video segments are deleted, leaving only one copy of each video segment to be stored replacing the deleted segment with a pointer to the unique copy. Traditionally, two data items are considered redundant if their underlying bit-streams are identical. However, the notion of redundancy is too strict when considering video. Even though two videos are considered unique at system level, if they are similar in content, then they are considered as redundant videos. ATUWA is Video Redundancy Manager software which helps to use storage capacity efficiently when storing video by eliminating the redundancy|
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