1 July 1998 Video coding using a vector wavelet framework
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In traditional video coding, motion estimation is used to generate motion compensated difference frames and a texture coding method is then used to code the motion compensated difference frames. A general problem in using a training-based vector quantization technique for coding motion compensated difference frames is the training-coding loop. Vector wavelet coding (VWC) has been shown to provide good performance for image coding. In order to implement VWC for video coding, the training-coding loop has to be examined. This paper reports the results of our study on a method of dealing with this training-coding loop.
John P. Wus, John P. Wus, Weiping Li, Weiping Li, } "Video coding using a vector wavelet framework," Journal of Electronic Imaging 7(3), (1 July 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.482597 . Submission:
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