Stream Compensation refers to the process of adjusting or correcting streaming data to account for variations, discrepancies, or issues that may arise during the transmission or processing of the data. This compensation aims to ensure the integrity, accuracy, and reliability of the streaming information. Stream compensation is important in real-time applications, such as video streaming, audio streaming, online gaming, and other interactive services. The goal is to deliver a seamless and high-quality experience to end-users despite the challenges introduced by network conditions or other factors affecting data transmission. Various protocols, algorithms, and technologies are employed to implement stream compensation mechanisms in different streaming scenarios.

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F3S: Free Flow Fever Screening

F3S: Free Flow Fever Screening Identification of people with elevated body temperature can reduce or dramatically slow down the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19. We present a novel fever-screening system, F 3 S, that uses edge machine learning techniques to accurately measure core body temperatures of multiple individuals in a free-flow setting. F 3 S performs real-time sensor fusion of visual camera with thermal camera data streams to detect elevated body temperature, and it has several unique features: (a) visual and thermal streams represent very different modalities, and we dynamically associate semantically-equivalent regions across visual and thermal frames by using a new, dynamic alignment technique that analyzes content and context in real-time, (b) we track people through occlusions, identify the eye (inner canthus), forehead, face and head regions where possible, and provide an accurate temperature reading by using a prioritized refinement algorithm, and (c) we robustly detect elevated body temperature even in the presence of personal protective equipment like masks, or sunglasses or hats, all of which can be affected by hot weather and lead to spurious temperature readings. F 3 S has been deployed at over a dozen large commercial establishments, providing contact-less, free-flow, real-time fever screening for thousands of employees and customers in indoors and outdoor settings.