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Generalized multiple description coding (GMDC) is source coding for multiple channels such that a decoder which receives an arbitrary subset of the channels may produce a useful reconstruction. This paper reports on applications of two recently proposed methods for GMDC to image coding. The first produces statistically correlated streams such that lost(More)
In audio communication over a lossy packet network, concealment techniques are used to mitigate the effects of lost packets. This concealment is markedly improved if the compressed representation retains redundancy to aid in the estimation of lost information. A perceptual audio coder employing multiple description correlating transforms demonstrates this(More)
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