Library-based Coding: a Representation for Efficient Video Compression and Retrieval

@inproceedings{Vasconcelos1997LibrarybasedCA,
  title={Library-based Coding: a Representation for Efficient Video Compression and Retrieval},
  author={Nuno Vasconcelos and Andrew Lippman},
  booktitle={Data Compression Conference},
  year={1997}
}
The ubiquity of networking and computational capacity associated with the new communications media unveil a universe of new requirements for image representations Among such requirements is the ability of the representation used for coding to support higher level tasks such as content based retrieval In this paper we explore the relationships between probabilistic modeling and data compression to introduce a representation library based coding which by enabling retrieval in the compressed… CONTINUE READING
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