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Just another year in the consumer electronics industry? [notes from the editor]
Welcome to another CES show issue of IEEE Conumer Electronics Magazine. This issue is aligned with the International CES held in Las Vegas, a global meeting for the consumer electronics (CE) industry where you can view the ...
Champions in our midst: the father of digital video broadcasting
One of the benefits of joining the IEEE Consumer Electronics (CE) Society is that you get access to senior engineers and researchers from our industry. They are often at our conferences, workshops, and local Chapter meetings ...
Biometrically auditable public key infrastructure technology for secure multimedia content
A system for signing and tracing the use of digital content based on biometrically generated key-pairs is described. The system is designed to protect the fair use rights of end-users and can be readily incorporated into ...
A portable Java API interface to simplify user access to digital cameras
The digital camera is one of the main successes of recent years in consumer electronics. However ii typical digital camera remains tied to proprietary software on a personal computer. In this paper we describe the design ...
Unconstrained palmprint as a smartphone biometric
In this work the use of palmprints as an alternative biometric for smartphones is investigated and its feasibility is evaluated across multiple devices using unconstrained acquisition. A novel multi-device database that ...
Deep learning for consumer devices and services: Pushing the limits for machine learning, artificial intelligence, and computer vision (Errata for acknowledgments)
Presents corrections for acknowledgments in the paper: Lemley, J., Bazrafkan, S., & Corcoran, P. (2017). Deep Learning for Consumer Devices and Services: Pushing the limits for machine learning, artificial intelligence, ...