Ted Chih-Wei Lei

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The Stanford's WZ codec, Berkeley's PRISM and Europe's DISCOVER, are considered to be three early major research groups in the distributed video coding (DVC) with better performance. In this paper, we propose a new architecture of DVC, which does not follow the abovementioned solutions. Basically, we adopt the PBMA (Partial Boundary Matching Algorithm) and(More)
In this paper, we apply the mutual bi-directional frame coding (MB-frame coding) to our previous proposed padding block based Distributed Video Coding (DVC) scheme for performance improvement. Basically, in the MB-frame coding approach, we adopt the mutual forward and backward video sequence frames to process within reference frames in each individual Group(More)
This paper presents a new paradigm for the Distributed Video Coding (DVC), its coder architecture is quite different from the current DVC video coding architecture. In DVC codec we shift the complexity at encoder to the decoder side, which is suitable for many specific applications such as the low power surveillance, wireless mobile phone, and visual sensor(More)
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