H.264/AVC inter-frame rate-distortion dependency analysis based on independent regime-switching AR models

@article{Changuel2010H264AVCIR,
  title={H.264/AVC inter-frame rate-distortion dependency analysis based on independent regime-switching AR models},
  author={Nesrine Changuel and Bessem Sayadi and Michel Kieffer},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={914-917}
}
The control of the trade-off between encoding rate and quality of compressed video is a challenging task. This control requires efficient rate and distortion (R-D) models, able to describe accurately the behavior of the compressed video. R-D models should account for the dependencies induced by the choice of frame-varying quantization parameters (QP). This paper proposes a dependent R-D model involving two independent regime-switching autoregressive (IRSAR) models. Experimental results show… CONTINUE READING

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