Combined Spatial And Temporal Coding Of Digital Image Sequences

  title={Combined Spatial And Temporal Coding Of Digital Image Sequences},
  author={John A. Roese and Guner S. Robinson},
  booktitle={Optics \& Photonics},
Interframe coding of television images encompasses techniques which make use of correlations between pixel amplitudes in successive frames. Intraframe coding techniques that exploit spatial correlations can, in principle, be extended to include correlations in the temporal domain. In this paper, successive frames of digital images are coded using two-dimensional spatial transforms combined with DPCM in the temporal domain. Specific transform techniques investigated are the two-dimensional… 
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