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This paper presents an efficient video coding algorithm: Three-dimensional embedded subband coding with optimized truncation (3-D ESCOT), in which coefficients in different subbands are independently coded using fractional bit-plane coding and candidate truncation points are formed at the end of each fractional bit-plane. A rate-distortion optimized(More)
This paper proposes a generic lifting technology (Barbell Lifting), where each predicting or updating signal is generated with a Barbell function instead of always a sample from single direction or bi-direction, to incorporate various motion alignment methods into temporal wavelet transform. The proposed lifting technology embraces fractional pixel motion(More)
—This paper provides an overview of the Barbell lifting coding scheme that has been adopted as common software by the MPEG ad hoc group on further exploration of wavelet video coding. The core techniques used in this scheme, such as Barbell lifting, layered motion coding, 3-D entropy coding and base layer embedding, are discussed. The paper also analyzes(More)
Compared with H.264/AVC, the emerging video coding standard, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), introduces a lots of intra prediction modes in intra coding, which brings a real challenge in practice. Although the Rough Mode Decision (RMD) scheme in HEVC provides a fast mode decision, it is a fixed strategy for different blocks with the same size and does(More)
This paper investigates the spatial scalability in 3D wave-let coding with spatial-domain MCTF encoder. We analyzed the factors which lead to the performance degradation in heuristic decoding scheme where inverse MCTF is carried out in spatial lowpass wavelet domain as if it were the original video at encoder. The inefficiency of interpolation and motion(More)
This paper proposes the directional filtering transform (dFT, in order to distinguish from the common usage on DFT) to better exploit intra-frame correlation in H.264 intra-frame coding. It consists of a directional filtering and an optional DCT transform. In the proposed directional filtering, there are two different approaches. One is the uni-directional(More)
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