Motion-Compensated Frame Rate Up-Conversion—Part II: New Algorithms for Frame Interpolation

@article{Wang2010MotionCompensatedFR,
  title={Motion-Compensated Frame Rate Up-Conversion—Part II: New Algorithms for Frame Interpolation},
  author={Demin Wang and Andr{\'e} Vincent and Philip Blanchfield and Robert Klepko},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting},
  year={2010},
  volume={56},
  pages={142-149}
}
Motion-compensated frame rate up-conversion (MC-FRUC) consists of two key elements: motion estimation and motion-compensated frame interpolation. The motion estimation algorithm presented in , which is used in the MC-FRUC method proposed in this paper, provides unidirectional motion trajectories. The advantage of this motion estimation algorithm, besides its accuracy, is that it provides information on occlusions. However, motion compensation along unidirectional motion trajectories yields… CONTINUE READING
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