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Vision object access and management with usage of the in-memory databases

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Abstract

Although Poland has been a member of the European Union (EU) for 7 years and internal borders control of the member states have been already lifted (on 21 st December 2007 when Poland joined the Schengen Agreement), the safety of a common external borders problem is still actual. Taking into consideration fact that one of longest segments of EU external land border belong to Poland, it is obvious that our country must look for more effective ways of border protect. Our east border is known for being Union's back door used by illegal immigrants that often involve in international terrorism. So, as an area of illicit activities, polish border surveillance system has been developed. It is worth noting that currently Poland has participated in very interesting international research project-TALOS, which is aimed at designing, implementing and testing a prototype of adaptable and transportable border inspection system. But such innovative system, applied in place of conventional systems based on static sensors, still copes with former problem of time-consuming data processing. The high speed data acquisition more than previously involves the development of image processing techniques, so the proposals of metadata separation and proposals of replications usage are described in the paper.

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Werner, A., Bach, M., & Duszeńko, A. (2013). Vision object access and management with usage of the in-memory databases. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 440, 231–245. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-31665-4_19

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