Software architecture of High Efficiency Video Coding for many-core systems with power-efficient workload balancing

@article{Khan2014SoftwareAO,
  title={Software architecture of High Efficiency Video Coding for many-core systems with power-efficient workload balancing},
  author={Muhammad Usman Karim Khan and Muhammad Shafique and J{\"o}rg Henkel},
  journal={2014 Design, Automation & Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition (DATE)},
  year={2014},
  pages={1-6}
}
The High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard aims at providing ~50% better compression compared to its predecessor (H.264) at the cost of high computational complexity. To enable HEVC video encoding in real-time scenarios, special coding support for parallelization is provided in HEVC that can be exploited by many-core systems. In this work, we present a HEVC software architecture where a video frame is adaptively divided into independent video frame regions (i.e. so-called video tiles… CONTINUE READING
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