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Efficient Hardware Architecture of a Modified 2-D Transform for the HEVC Standard

@article{Belghith2013EfficientHA,
  title={Efficient Hardware Architecture of a Modified 2-D Transform for the HEVC Standard},
  author={Fatma Belghith and H. Loukil and N. Masmoudi},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Science & Applications},
  year={2013},
  volume={2}
}
This paper presented an algorithm to compute the 4x4, 8x8 and 16x16 efficient two-dimensional (2-D) transform for the HEVC standard providing less complexity and its hardware design. As HEVC large transforms suffered from the huge number of computations especially multiplications, this paper presented a proposition of a modified algorithm reducing the computational complexity. The goal is to ensure the maximum circuit reuse during the computation while keeping the same quality of encoded videos… Expand
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