Francisco J. Quiles

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Distributed Video Coding has become increasingly popular in recent years among the researchers in video coding due to its attractive and promising features. DVC proposed a dramatic structural change to video coding by shifting the majority of complexity conventionally residing in the encoder towards the decoder. Nevertheless, these kinds of architectures(More)
In this work we propose the implementation of a MPEG encoder developed by the University of California at Berkeley on a multicomputer system. Since this application is in real time, we present a mapping of the video sequence between the EPs of the architecture, where the communication between EPs is minimized. We also propose the necessary load/store(More)
Wyner–Ziv (WZ) to scalable video coding (SVC) transcoding can offer a suitable framework to support scalable video communications between low-cost devices. In addition, the video delivery provided by SVC covers the needs of a wide range of homogeneous networks and different devices. Despite the advantages of the video transcoding framework, the transcoder(More)
Wyner-Ziv video coding paradigm provides a framework where most of complexity is moved from the encoder to the decoder. In this way, Wyner-Ziv coding support efficiently multimedia services for low complexity devices which have to capture, encode and send video. Aplications such as mobile phones, sensor, Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) could benefice to(More)
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