Improved interpolation, motion estimation, and compensation for interlaced pictures

@article{Delogne1994ImprovedIM,
  title={Improved interpolation, motion estimation, and compensation for interlaced pictures},
  author={Paul Delogne and Laurent Cuvelier and Beno{\^i}t Maison and B{\'e}atrice Van Caillie and Luc Vandendorpe},
  journal={IEEE transactions on image processing : a publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society},
  year={1994},
  volume={3 5},
  pages={482-91}
}
This paper introduces a new method for the interpolation that has to be performed when motion estimation and compensation are applied to interlaced sequences with subpel accuracy. It is based on the assumption that a uniform motion exists between two successive frames. The exact formulas for the estimation are derived. They show that in order to obtain a correct interpolation of each field of one frame, it is necessary to use the information of both fields of this frame. Because the ideal… CONTINUE READING
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