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Watkinson John. The MPEG handbook

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Watkinson John. The MPEG handbook
Focal Press, 2001. — 244 p.
Table of Contents
Introduction to compression
What is MPEG?
Why compression is necessary
MPEG-1, 2 and 4 contrasted
Some applications of compression
Lossless and perceptive coding
Compression principles
Video compression
Intra-coded compression
Inter-coded compression
Introduction to motion compensation
Film-originated video compression
Introduction to MPEG-1
MPEG-2: Profiles and Levels
Introduction to MPEG-4
Audio compression
Sub-band coding
Transform coding
Predictive coding
MPEG bitstreams
Drawbacks of compression
Compression pre-processing
Some guidelines
Fundamentals
What is an audio signal?
What is a video signal?
Types of video
What is a digital signal?
Sampling
Reconstruction
Aperture effect
Choice of audio sampling rate
Video sampling structures
The phase-locked loop
Quantizing
Quantizing error
Dither
Introduction to digital processing
Logic elements
Storage elements
Binary coding
Gain control
Floating-point coding
Multiplexing principles
Packets
Statistical multiplexing
Timebase correction
Processing for compression
Introduction
Transforms
Convolution
FIR and IIR filters
FIR filters
Interpolation
Downsampling filters
The quadrature mirror filter
Filtering for video noise reduction
Warping
Transforms and duality
The Fourier transform
The discrete cosine transform (DCT)
The wavelet transform
The importance of motion compensation
Motion-estimation techniques
Block matching
Gradient matching
Phase correlation
Motion-compensated displays
Camera-shake compensation
Motion-compensated de-interlacing
Compression and requantizing
Audio compression
Introduction
The deciBel
Audio level metering
The ear
The cochlea
Level and loudness
Frequency discrimination
Critical bands
Beats
Codec level calibration
Quality measurement
The limits
Compression applications
Audio compression tools
Sub-band coding
MPEG audio compression
MPEG Layer I audio coding
MPEG Layer II audio coding
MPEG Layer III audio coding
MPEG-2 AAC – advanced audio coding
MPEG-4 Audio
MPEG-4 AAC
Compression in stereo and surround sound
MPEG video compression
The eye
Dynamic resolution
Contrast
Colour vision
Colour difference signals
Progressive or interlaced scan?
Spatial and temporal redundancy in MPEG
I and P coding
Bidirectional coding
Coding applications
Intra-coding
Intra-coding in MPEG-1 and MPEG-2
A bidirectional coder
Slices
Handling interlaced pictures
MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 coders
The elementary stream
An MPEG-2 decoder
MPEG-4
Video objects
An MPEG-2 decoder
MPEG-4
Video objects
Texture coding
Shape coding
Padding
Video object coding
Two-dimensional mesh coding
Sprites
Wavelet-based compression
Three-dimensional mesh coding
Animation
Scaleability
Coding artifacts
MPEG and concatenation
Chapter 6: Program and transport streams
Introduction
Packets and time stamps
Transport streams
Clock references
Program Specific Information (PSI)
Multiplexing
Remultiplexing
MPEG applications
Introduction
Video phones
Digital television broadcasting
The DVB receiver
CD-Video and DVD
Personal video recorders
Networks
FireWire
Broadband networks and ATM
ATM AALs
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