Cyrine Lahsini

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Distributed coding is a new paradigm for video compression based on Slepian-Wolf (1973) and Wyner-Ziv (1976) theorems. In this paper, we propose a new pixel-domain Distributed Video Coding (DVC) scheme, in which both the temporal and the spatial correlations are exploited only at the decoder. A joint source-channel decoding is implemented to exploit the(More)
In recent years, with emerging applications such as multimedia sensors networks, wireless low-power surveillance and mobile camera phones, the traditional video coding architecture in being challenged. In fact, these applications have different requirements than those of the broadcast video delivery systems: a low power consumption at the encoder side is(More)
Today's the paradigm for video compression has been significant development represented by the emergence of an important number of international standards efforts of ITU-TVCEG and ISO-IEC MPEG. The main objective of the current systems (such as the standards of MPEG-X and H-E6X) is to compress the original information in order to reduce the transmission(More)
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