Signal processing of HDTV, IV

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Elsevier, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 815 pages
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The contributions in this volume are the result of the first merging of the International Workshop of HDTV and Beyond, which has previously been held four times in Italy, and the HDTV Colloquium, which has been held four times in Canada. The 93 papers in this volume provide an international, technical and interdisciplinary appraisal of recent progress in aiding the definition of HDTV and fostering its introduction. The topics addressed include source and channel coding for digital terrestrial broadcasting, HDTV recording, various categories of source coding algorithms, signal processing issues such as scan conversion and motion compensated processing, hardware and VLSI for HDTV, as well as future-oriented subjects such as super high-definition television and three-dimensional television. The book will prove a valuable reference source on current research and development in HDTV and other advanced television technologies.

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