Chapter 11

Digital Video Processing

In Chapter 10 we learned the generalization of multidimensional signal processing to the 3-D and spatiotemporal cases along with some relevant notation. In this chapter we apply and extend this material to processing the 3-D signal that is video—two spatial dimensions plus one time dimension. We look at the general interframe or cross-frame processing of digital video. We study the various methods of motion estimation for use in motion-compensated temporal filtering and motion-compensated extensions of 3-D Wiener and Kalman filters. We then look at the video processing applications of deinterlacing and frame-rate conversion. We next consider Bayesian methods for motion estimation and segmentation. We briefly ...

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