A block-adaptive skip mode for inter prediction based on parametric motion models

@article{Glantz2011ABS,
  title={A block-adaptive skip mode for inter prediction based on parametric motion models},
  author={Alexander Glantz and Michael Tok and Andreas Krutz and Thomas Sikora},
  journal={2011 18th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2011},
  pages={1201-1204}
}
Motion compensated prediction (MCP) in hybrid video coding estimates a translational motion vector for a given block which is then used for residual computation. However, when complex motion like zoom, rotation, and perspective transformation occur, the translational model assumption does not always hold. This may result in higher residual energy and splitting of blocks, respectively. This paper proposes a skip mode based on higher-order parametric motion models. Often, these models provide a… CONTINUE READING

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