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ERROR-RESILIENT VIDEO COMPRESSION VIA MULTIPLE STATE STREAMS

@inproceedings{Apostolopoulos1999ERRORRESILIENTVC,
  title={ERROR-RESILIENT VIDEO COMPRESSION VIA MULTIPLE STATE STREAMS},
  author={John G. Apostolopoulos},
  year={1999}
}
Video compression enables a number of applications by reducing the required bit rate needed to represent a video sequence, however the compressed video is much more susceptible to errors, e.g. bit errors or packet loss. Conventional video compression standards employ an architecture which we refer to as single-state systems since they have a prediction loop with a single state (e.g. the previous decoded frame) which if lost or corrupted can lead to the loss or severe degradation of all… Expand
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