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High order motion interpolation for side information improvement in DVC

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High order motion interpolation for side information improvement in DVC
A key step in distributed video coding is the generation of the side information (SI) i.e. the estimation of the Wyner-Ziv frame (WZF). This step is also frequently called image interpolation. State-of-the-art techniques perform a motion estimation between adjacent key frames (KFs) and linear interpolation in order to assess object positions in the WZF, and then the SI is produced by motion compensating the KFs. However the uniform motion model underlying this approach is not always able to produce a satisfying estimation of the motion, which can result in a low SI quality. In this paper we propose a new method for the generation of SI, based on higher order motion interpolation. We use more than two KFs to estimate the position of the current WZF block, which allows us to correctly estimate more complex motion (such as, for example, uniform accelerated motion). We performed a number of tests for the fine tuning of the parameters of the method. Our experiments show that the new inter...
Giovanni Petrazzuoli, Marco Cagnazzo, Béatr
Added 06 Dec 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where ICASSP
Authors Giovanni Petrazzuoli, Marco Cagnazzo, Béatrice Pesquet-Popescu
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