Design of Digital Video Coding Systems: A Complete Compressed Domain Approach

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CRC Press, Oct 31, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 488 pages
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A discussion of a compressed-domain approach for designing and implementing digital video coding systems, which is drastically different from the traditional hybrid approach. It demonstrates how the combination of discrete cosine transform (DCT) coders and motion compensated (MC) units reduces power consumption and hardware complexity.
 

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Contents

Video Communications
1
11 Importance of Video Compression
4
12 Advances in Video Coding
6
121 Wave formBased Video Coding
7
122 ModelBased Video Coding
16
MotionCompensated DCT Video Coding
27
21 Basic Principles of Motion Compensated Transform Coding
28
22 Picture Formats
29
711 MPEG4 Architecture
223
72 MPEG4 Video Coding
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721 Overview of MPEG4 Video Coding
229
722 Arbitrarily Shaped Region Texture Coding
231
723 Motion Estimation and Compensation
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724 Arbitrary Shape Coding
238
725 Advanced Coding Techniques
241
73 Deliver Video Bitstream over Networks
243

24 Layers in Video Stream
30
25 Intraframe BlockBased Coding
33
252 Exploitation of Visual Insensitivity Through Quantization
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253 Lossless Compression Through Entropy Coding
38
26 Interframe BlockBased Coding
46
261 BlockBased Motion Estimation Algorithms
51
262 BlockBased Motion Compensation
63
263 Coding DCT Coefficients in Interframes
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27 MotionCompensated DCT Video Encoder and Decoder
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28 Fully DCTBased MotionCompensated Video Coder Structure
71
Video Coding Standards
75
31 Overview of Video Coding Standards
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311 JPEG Standards
78
313 MPEG Standards
80
32 Video Coding Standards
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322 H263
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323 MPEG1
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324 MPEG2 H262 and HDTV
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325 MPEG4
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DCTBased Motion Estimation
113
41 DCT PseudoPhase Techniques
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42 2D Translational Motion Model
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43 The DXTME Algorithm
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44 Unitary Property of the System Matrix
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45 Motion Estimation in Uniformly Bright Background
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46 Computational Issues and Complexity
134
47 Simulation for Application to Image Registration
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48 DCTBased Motion Estimation Approach
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481 Preprocessing
139
482 Adaptive Overlapping Approach
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49 Simulation Results
143
410 Rough Count of Computations
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InterpolationFree Subpixel Motion Estimation
155
51 Pseudo Phases at Subpixel Level
157
512 TwoDimensional Image Model
159
52 Subpel Sinusoidal Orthogonality Principles
164
53 DCTBased Subpixel Motion Estimation
167
532 DCTBased QuarterPel Motion Estimation Algorithm QDXTME and Q4DXTME
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54 Simulation Result
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DCTBased Motion Compensation
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61 IntegerPel DCTBased Motion Compensation
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62 Subpixel DCTBased Motion Compensation
201
622 Bilinear Interpolated Subpixel Motion Compensation
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624 Simulation Results
203
63 Interpolation By DCTDST
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631 DCTI Interpolated Sequence
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632 DCTII of DCTI Interpolated HalfPel Motion Compensated Block
211
64 Matching Encoders with Decoders
212
641 Matching SE with SD
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642 Matching TE with TD
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644 Matching SE with TD
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MPEG4 and ContentBased Video Coding
221
71 Overview of MPEG4 Standard
222
731 Rate Control
244
733 Universal Accessibility
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74 DCTDomain ContentBased Video Coding
250
742 Simulation Results
262
Dual Generation of DCT and DST
265
81 Discrete Sinusoidal Transforms
266
812 What Is Unique in Our Design?
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821 Dual Generation of DCT and DST
269
822 Inverse Transforms
275
823 MultiplierReduction of the Lattice Structure
282
824 Comparisons of Architectures
286
83 TwoDimensional DCT Lattice Structures
288
831 Evolution of the Algorithms and Architectures
289
832 Dual Generation of 2D DCT and DSCT
290
833 Architectures of FrameRecursive Lattice 2DDCT and 2D DSCT
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834 Comparisons
304
835 Applications to the HDTV Systems
306
Efficient Design of Video Coding Engine
311
91 Overview of Embedded Video Coding Engine
312
912 Overview of an Embedded Video Coder Design
314
92 Efficient Architecture of a Video Coding Engine
320
922 2DDXTIDXTII Programmable Module
325
923 Type Transformation Module
329
925 Peak Searching
334
926 HalfPel Motion Estimator Design
337
927 Simulation Results
344
932 VLSI Implementation
349
LowPower and HighPerformance Design
355
101 Low Power Design
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1012 AlgorithmArchitectureBased LowPower HighPerformance Approaches
361
1013 LookAhead and Multirate Computing Concepts
363
102 LowPower and HighPerformance Architectures
368
1021 TwoStage LookAhead TypeII DCTIDCT Coder
370
1022 Pipelining Design for DCT Coefficients Conversion
378
1023 Multirate Design for PseudoPhase Computation
380
1024 Pipelining Design for PeakSearch
381
103 Simulation Results and Hardware Cost
390
EndtoEnd Video over IP Delivery
393
111 Overview of Our Design
394
1111 A SONET Network Adapter Design
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1112 Joint SourceChannel Multistream Coding
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112 A SONET Network Adapter Design
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1121 The Brief Overview of SONET
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1122 Packet over SONET or Directly over Fiber
406
1123 Design and Implement a SONET Network Adapter
407
1124 The Performance of SONET Device
417
113 Multistream Video Coding
418
1131 What is Unique in the Multistream Video Coding?
419
1132 The Design of Multistream Video Coding
422
114 Simulation Results
425
Bibliography
429
Index
459
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