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Embedded color coding for scalable 3D wavelet video compression
Author(s): Beatrice Pesquet-Popescu; Marion Benetiere; Vincent Bottreau
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Paper Abstract

With the recent expansion of multimedia applications, video coding systems are expected to become highly scalable, that is to allow partial decoding of the compressed bit-stream. Encoding techniques based on subband/wavelet decompositions offer a natural hierarchical representation for still pictures and their high efficiency in progressively encoding images yields a scalable representation. The multiscale representation can be extended to video data, by a 3D (or 2D+t) wavelet analysis, which includes the temporal dimension within the decomposition. Progressive encoding of video data represented by a 3D-subband decomposition was recently proposed as an extension of image coding techniques exploiting hierarchical dependencies between wavelet coefficients. In most of the previous image and video coding techniques, the compression is performed independently for luminance and chrominance coordinates. In this paper we propose a new coding technique for the chrominance coefficients, which not only delivers a bit-stream with a higher degree of embedding, but also takes advantage of the dependencies between luminance and chrominance components to provide an effective compression.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 May 2000
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 4067, Visual Communications and Image Processing 2000, (30 May 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.386637
Show Author Affiliations
Beatrice Pesquet-Popescu, Labs. d'Electronique Philips (France)
Marion Benetiere, Labs. d'Electronique Philips (France)
Vincent Bottreau, Labs. d'Electronique Philips (France)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 4067:
Visual Communications and Image Processing 2000
King N. Ngan; Thomas Sikora; Ming-Ting Sun, Editor(s)

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