1 November 2010 Picturewise inter-view prediction selection for multiview video coding
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Inter-view prediction is introduced in multiview video coding (MVC) to exploit the inter-view correlation. Statistical analyses show that the coding gain benefited from inter-view prediction is unequal among pictures. On the basis of this observation, a picturewise interview prediction selection scheme is proposed. This scheme employs a novel inter-view prediction selection criterion to determine whether it is necessary to apply inter-view prediction to the current coding picture. This criterion is derived from the available coding information of the temporal reference pictures. Experimental results show that the proposed scheme can improve the performance of MVC with a comprehensive consideration of compression efficiency, computational complexity, and random access ability.
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Junyan Huo, Junyan Huo, Yilin Chang, Yilin Chang, Ming Li, Ming Li, Haitao Yang, Haitao Yang, } "Picturewise inter-view prediction selection for multiview video coding," Optical Engineering 49(11), 117401 (1 November 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3517740 . Submission:
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