MIJ2K: Enhanced video transmission based on conditional replenishment of JPEG2000 tiles with motion compensation

@article{Bustamante2011MIJ2KEV,
  title={MIJ2K: Enhanced video transmission based on conditional replenishment of JPEG2000 tiles with motion compensation},
  author={Alvaro Luis Bustamante and Jos{\'e} M. Molina L{\'o}pez and Miguel A. Patricio},
  journal={J. Visual Communication and Image Representation},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={332-344}
}
A video compressed as a sequence of JPEG2000 images can achieve the scalability, flexibility, and accessibility that is lacking in current predictive motion-compensated video coding standards. However, streaming JPEG2000-based sequences would consume considerably more bandwidth. With the aim of solving this problem, this paper describes a new patent pending method, called MIJ2K. MIJ2K reduces the inter-frame redundancy present in common JPEG2000 sequences (also called MJP2). We apply a real… CONTINUE READING
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