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Blocking Artefact Free Video Coding Based on a Bilinear Forward Image Warping Model

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Blocking Artefact Free Video Coding Based on a Bilinear Forward Image Warping Model
In this paper a new very low bit rate video coding scheme is presented. It is based on a forward motion estimation technique using an image warping model, thus delivering the basis for temporal tracking of regions or objects. In order to deal with new or disappearing image contents a new algorithmfor the adaptation of a tracked control grid isproposed. To improve the coding eflciency a high quality pixel interpolation in the warping based predictor has to be used, which unfortunately also emphasizes the high frequency coding artefacts. To reduce these artefacts the prediction error is coded by a biorthogonal wavelet transform. The proposed coder yields an improvement of the PSNR of ca. 0.7 dB compared to the advanced H.263 coder. In addition the visual quality is better as any blocking artefacts in the coded images are avoided.
Guido Heising, Kai Uwe Barthel, W. Johannsen, C. S
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Type Conference
Year 1997
Where ICIP
Authors Guido Heising, Kai Uwe Barthel, W. Johannsen, C. Steinbach
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