Издательство Kluwer, 2004, -165 pp.This book aims to capture recent advances in motion compensation for efficient video compression. It investigates linearly combined motion compensated signals and generalizes the well known superposition for bidirectional prediction in B-pictures. The number of superimposed signals and the selection of reference pictures will be important aspects of the discussion. The application oriented part of the book employs this concept to the well known ITU-T Recommendation H.263 and continues with the improvements by superimposed motion-compensated signals for the emerging ITU-T Recommendation H.264 and ISO/IEC MPEG-4 (Part 10). In addition, it discusses a new approach for wavelet-based video coding. This technology is currently investigated by MPEG to develop a new video compression standard for the mid-term future. The theoretical part of the book provides a deeper understanding of the underlying principles of superimposed motion-compensated signals. The text incorporates more than 200 references, summarizes relevant prior work, and develops a mathematical characterization of superimposed motion-compensated signals. The derived information-theoretic performance bounds permit a valuable comparison of the investigated compression schemes.Introduction. Background and Related Work. Motion-Compensated Prediction with Complementary Hypotheses. ITU-T Rec. H.263 and Superimposed Prediction. ITU-T Rec. H.264 and Generalized B-Pictures. Motion Compensation for Groups of Pictures. Summary. Mathematical Results.
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