An adaptive motion-compensated approach for video deinterlacing

@article{Trocan2011AnAM,
  title={An adaptive motion-compensated approach for video deinterlacing},
  author={Maria Trocan and Beata Mikovicova and Daulet Zhanguzin},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2011},
  volume={61},
  pages={819-837}
}
Deinterlacing, defined as the process of converting a stream of interlaced frames into a sequence of progressive frames, represents a key feature in video processing. The interlaced video format, introduced by the old analog television transmission systems as a trade-off between framerate and bandwidth capacity, has become obsolete nowadays, when all transmissions are digital. Moreover, almost all recent displays—whether LCD or plasma—require progressive video input, whereas much of the… CONTINUE READING

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