Side information exploitation, quality control and low complexity implementation for distributed video coding

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Zheng, Min;
  • Subject: TK5101

Distributed video coding (DVC) is a new video coding methodology that shifts the highly complex motion search components from the encoder to the decoder, such a video coder would have a great advantage in encoding speed and it is still able to achieve similar rate-disto... View more
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