Employing a novel cross-diamond search in a modified hierarchical search motion estimation algorithm for video compression

@article{AlNajdawi2014EmployingAN,
  title={Employing a novel cross-diamond search in a modified hierarchical search motion estimation algorithm for video compression},
  author={Nijad Al-Najdawi and M. Noor Al-Najdawi and Sara Tedmori},
  journal={Inf. Sci.},
  year={2014},
  volume={268},
  pages={425-435}
}
The large amount of bandwidth that is required for the transmission or storage of digital videos is the main incentive for researchers to develop algorithms that aim at compressing video data (digital images) whilst keeping their quality as high as possible. Motion estimation algorithms are used for video compression as they reduce the memory requirements of any video file while maintaining its high quality. Block matching has been extensively utilized in compression algorithms for motion… CONTINUE READING

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