Motion adaptive intra refresh for the H.264 video coding standard

@article{Schreier2006MotionAI,
  title={Motion adaptive intra refresh for the H.264 video coding standard},
  author={Ralf M. Schreier and Albrecht Rothermel},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics},
  year={2006},
  volume={52},
  pages={249-253}
}
An intra refresh algorithm is presented which enables low-delay video communication at the efficiency of standard IP-coding schemes. It guarantees a complete recovery of erroneous transmission within a defined time interval at low computational complexity. 

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