1 July 1998 Multi-DSP architecture for real time lattice quantization indexing
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In image compression applications, the choice of a method is often linked to its computational complexity and storage cost. Lattice vector quantization (LVQ) is very fast and does not require the construction of the codebook like LBG-based algorithms. This particularity is very attractive for low bit rate applications. However, LVQ indexing is a key problem for transmission and storage purposes. We recently proposed a new indexing algorithm that provides a good tradeoff between computational complexity and storage requirements. This paper is concerned with the design of a specific multi-DSP architecture for this new method in a real time and low bit rate coding context.
Jean-Marie Moureaux, Jean-Marie Moureaux, P. Nus, P. Nus, Marc Antonini, Marc Antonini, } "Multi-DSP architecture for real time lattice quantization indexing," Journal of Electronic Imaging 7(3), (1 July 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.482592 . Submission:


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