Moving image sequence coding using recursive binary nesting

P. J. Cordell, R. J. Clarke

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Abstract

The quadtree-based interpolative recursive binary nesting technique is described, and methods of converting the algorithm from one used to code still pictures into one suitable for moving sequences at 64 kb/s are outlined. The implications of various forms of block testing, quantization, and motion compensation are discussed and compared, and areas requiring further work are noted. It is shown that the disturbing effects that are produced by using the original algorithm for moving sequence coding can be overcome and that motion compensation can be effectively applied to the coding procedure. A flow diagram of the complete system is included.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON'89) - Proceedings
Pages284-287
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1989
EventMediterranean Electrotechnical Conference - Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 11 Apr 198913 Apr 1989

Conference

ConferenceMediterranean Electrotechnical Conference
Abbreviated titleMELECON'89
CityLisbon, Portugal
Period11/04/8913/04/89

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    Cordell, P. J., & Clarke, R. J. (1989). Moving image sequence coding using recursive binary nesting. In Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON'89) - Proceedings (pp. 284-287)