Feedback-free rate-allocation scheme for transform domain Wyner–Ziv video coding


In most existing Wyner–Ziv video coding schemes, a feedback channel (FC) is expected at the decoder in order to allocate a proper bit rate for each Wyner–Ziv frame. However, FC not only results in additional latency but also increases decoding complexity due to the several feedback-decoding iterations. Moreover, FC may be unavailable in many practical video… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00530-009-0179-8


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