|Pages||1074 - 1075|
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal publication date||Sep 2007|
Absolute value coding is introduced as a method for significantly reducing temporal drift within a motion compensated predictive video codec in the presence of loss. Drift reduction both improves error resilience and enables scalability by omission of parts of the bit-stream. In conjunction with matching pursuits, the system can be used to provide a displaced frame difference codec using fixed length codewords, which further improves error resilience and facilitates simple bit-stream editing.
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology
Rose publication type: Journal article