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A Rate Estimation Framework for Matching Pursuits Video Coding

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A Rate Estimation Framework for Matching Pursuits Video Coding
— The Bath University Matching Pursuit (BUMP) project aims at developing new matching pursuit (MP) algorithms for still image and video compression. Compared to traditional MP coding, BUMP has many new features that have been designed with the aim of producing an efficient MP representation with reduced complexity. In this paper, we study in depth the characteristics the of bit rate change along the coding process of BUMP coder, and then propose a mathematical framework for describing the relationship between the number of coded atoms and the resultant bit rate. The framework has a very simple form and demonstrates very high modeling accuracy, which allows a precise estimation of the number of bits to be used throughout the coding process. We then present an adaptive algorithm for predicting the number of bits for use in our hybrid wavelet/MP video coder. Experiments show that the proposed rate estimation scheme is able to provide an extremely accurate estimation for the BUMP based v...
Haoxiang Zhang, Adrian N. Evans, Donald M. Monro
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where JMM2
Authors Haoxiang Zhang, Adrian N. Evans, Donald M. Monro
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