Motion-Compensating Long-Term Memory Prediction

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Motion-Compensating Long-Term Memory Prediction
Motion-compensating long-term memory prediction extends the spatial dislplacement utilized in block-based hybrid video coding by a variable time delay permitting the use of more frames than the previously decoded one for motion compensaition. The long-term memory covers the decoded franies of some seconds at encoder and decoder. We investiflate the influence of memory size in our motion compensation scheme and analyze the trade-off between thtc bit-rates spent for motion compensated prediction and residual coding. Simulation results are obtained by integrating long-term memory prediction into an H.263 codec. PSNR improvements
Thomas Wiegand, X. Zhang, Bernd Girod
Added 26 Oct 2009
Updated 26 Oct 2009
Type Conference
Year 1997
Where ICIP
Authors Thomas Wiegand, X. Zhang, Bernd Girod
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