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A two-pass optimal motion-threading technique for 3D wavelet video coding

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A two-pass optimal motion-threading technique for 3D wavelet video coding
Motion-threading is a novel technique that can efficiently incorporate motion information into the 3D wavelet video coding. By utilizing shape adaptive wavelet transform along with motionthreading technique, the 3D wavelet video coding can greatly outperform MPEG-4 for those sequences with simple motion. Since the motion estimation used in the threading process only considers the correlation of adjacent frames in signal magnitude, a large number of short threads are present in the existing motion-threading technique. As a result, the coding efficiency of the 3D motion-threading wavelet coding is far lower than that of MPEG-4 for those sequences with complex motion. This paper contributes a two-pass optimal motion-threading (TOMTH) technique for the 3D wavelet video coding. Both the correlation in signal magnitude and the number of threads are considered by using a new criterion of motion estimation. TOMTH effectively reduces the number of motion threads, meanwhile maintains considerab...
Lin Luo, Feng Wu, Shipeng Li, Zhenquan Zhuang, Ya-
Added 15 Jul 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ISCAS
Authors Lin Luo, Feng Wu, Shipeng Li, Zhenquan Zhuang, Ya-Qin Zhang
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