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—Scalable video coding (SVC) differs form traditional single point approaches mainly because it allows to encode in a unique bit-stream several working points corresponding to different quality, picture size and frame rate. This work describes the current state-of-the-art in SVC, focusing on wavelet based motion-compensated approaches (WSVC). It reviews(More)
In this letter, an efficient morphological wavelet coder is proposed. The clustering trend of significant coefficients is captured by a new kind of multiresolution binary dilation operator. The layered and adaptive nature of the subband dilation makes it possible for the coding technique to produce an embedded bit-stream with a modest computational cost and(More)
In this paper a new fully scalable-wavelet based-video coding architecture is proposed, where motion compensated temporal filtered subbands of spatially scaled versions of a video sequence can be used as base layer for inter-scale predictions. These predictions take place between data at the same resolution level without the need of interpolation. The(More)
In this work a new way to improve the representation of images using a discrete wavelet transform for coding purposes is presented. The idea lies in combining all wavelet coef-cients related to detail information at a same resolution level but along dierent orientations (horizontal, vertical, and diagonal), into a single image. Given that detail information(More)