Contents

VISNET II Researchers

Preface

Glossary of Abbreviations

1 Introduction

2 Video Coding Principles

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Redundancy in Video Signals

2.3 Fundamentals of Video Compression

2.3.1 Video Signal Representation and Picture Structure

2.3.2 Removing Spatial Redundancy

2.3.3 Removing Temporal Redundancy

2.3.4 Basic Video Codec Structure

2.4 Advanced Video Compression Techniques

2.4.1 Frame Types

2.4.2 MC Accuracy

2.4.3 MB Mode Selection

2.4.4 Integer Transform

2.4.5 Intra Prediction

2.4.6 Deblocking Filters

2.4.7 Multiple Reference Frames and Hierarchical Coding

2.4.8 Error-Robust Video Coding

2.5 Video Codec Standards

2.5.1 Standardization Bodies

2.5.2 ITU Standards

2.5.3 MPEG Standards

2.5.4 H.264/MPEG-4 AVC

2.6 Assessment of Video Quality

2.6.1 Subjective Performance Evaluation

2.6.2 Objective Performance Evaluation

2.7 Conclusions

References

3 Scalable Video Coding

3.1 Introduction

3.1.1 Applications and Scenarios

3.2 Overview of the State of the Art

3.2.1 Scalable Coding Techniques

3.2.2 Multiple Description Coding

3.2.3 Stereoscopic 3D Video Coding

3.3 Scalable Video Coding Techniques

3.3.1 Scalable Coding for Shape, Texture, and Depth for 3D Video

3.3.2 3D Wavelet Coding

3.4 Error Robustness for Scalable Video and Image Coding

3.4.1 Correlated Frames for Error Robustness

3.4.2 Odd–Even Frame Multiple Description Coding for Scalable H.264/AVC

3.4.3 Wireless JPEG 2000: JPWL

3.4.4 JPWL Simulation Results

3.4.5 Towards a Theoretical Approach for Optimal Unequal ...

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