Changryoul Choi

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An improved two-bit transform-based motion estimation algorithm is proposed in this paper. By extending the typical two-bit transform (2BT) matching criterion, the proposed algorithm enhances the motion estimation accuracy with almost the same computational complexity, while preserving the binary matching characteristic. Experimental results show that the(More)
H.264/AVC allows several prediction schemes including variable modes for intra and inter predictions. To take full advantage of all allowed modes, H.264 employs rate distortion optimization (RDO) as its mode decision method. However, RDO incorporated into the H.264 encoder assumes block independence because calculating rate distortion (RD) cost for all(More)
Many fast block-matching algorithms (BMAs) reduce computational complexity by screening the number of checking points. Although many fast BMAs reduce computations, sometimes they should endure matching errors in comparison with full-search algorithm (FSA). In this paper, a novel fast BMA for constrained one-bit transform (C1BT)-based motion estimation is(More)
A low complexity DC-compensated weighted two-bit transform (2BT) based multiple candidate motion estimation algorithm is proposed in this paper. By exploiting almost the identical operations in two different matching error criteria and incorporating the DC-term into them, we can efficiently determine two best motion vectors according to the respective(More)
One-bit transform (1BT)-based block motion estimation (ME) has been proposed to reduce the computational complexity by using Boolean exclusive-OR matching of one-bit representations of image frames. In this paper, a novel early termination algorithm for 1BT-based ME is proposed in order to decrease the calculations of the block distortion measure. Unlike(More)