Murat B. Badem

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Due to its lightweight encoder architecture, the Distributed Video Coding (DVC) concept has been seen as an attractive alternative to its conventional counterparts for a number of applications. Exceptionally low computational complexity has been achieved by moving redundancy exploitation to the decoder. However, going against this norm, redundancy(More)
Distributed Video Coding (DVC), has been an interesting alternative to the conventional video coding for a number of applications because of its flexibility for designing extremely low complexity video encoders. The performance of DVC can be improved by only modifying the decoder to keep the encoder complexity at the same level. In this paper, we propose a(More)
Distributed Video Coding is a new coding technique which has been evolving very fast recently. However the rate distortion performances of current solutions are below the expectations especially for high motion sequences even at a group of picture (GOP) size of 2. Main reason of this problem is the temporal prediction of the Wyner-Ziv (WZ) frames at the(More)
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