Visual Media Coding and Transmission
This book presents the state of the art in visual media coding and transmission
Visual Media Coding and Transmission is an output of VISNET II NoE, which is an EC IST FP6 collaborative research project by twelve esteemed institutions from across Europe in the fields of networked audiovisual systems and home platforms.
Glossary of Abbreviations.
2 Video Coding Principles.
2.2 Redundancy in Video Signals.
2.3 Fundamentals of Video Compression.
2.4 Advanced Video Compression Techniques.
2.5 Video Codec Standards.
2.6 Assessment of Video Quality.
3 Scalable Video Coding.
3.2 Overview of the State of the Art.
3.3 Scalable Video Coding Techniques.
3.4 Error Robustness for Scalable Video and Image Coding.
4 Distributed Video Coding.
4.2 Distributed Source Coding.
4.3 Stopping Criteria for a Feedback Channel based Transform Domain Wyner Ziv Video Codec.
4.4 Rate distortion Analysis of Motion compensated Interpolation at the Decoder in Distributed Video Coding.
4.5 Nonlinear Quantization Technique for Distributed Video Coding.
4.6 Symmetric Distributed Coding of Stereo Video Sequences.
4.7 Studying Error resilience Performance for a Feedback Channel based Transform Domain Wyner Ziv Video Codec.
4.8 Modeling the DVC Decoder for Error prone Wireless Channels.
4.9 Error Concealment Using a DVC Approach for Video Streaming Applications.
5 Non normative Video Coding Tools.
5.2 Overview of the State of the Art.
5.3 Rate Control Architecture for Joint MVS Encoding and Transcoding.
5.4 Bit Allocation and Buffer Control for MVS Encoding Rate Control.
5.5 Optimal Rate Allocation for H.264/AVC Joint MVS Transcoding.
5.6 Spatio temporal Scene level Error Concealment for Segmented Video.
5.7 An Integrated Error resilient Object based Video Coding Architecture.
5.8 A Robust FMO Scheme for H.264/AVC Video Transcoding.
6 Transform based Multi view Video Coding.
6.2 MVC Encoder Complexity Reduction using a Multi grid Pyramidal Approach.
6.3 Inter view Prediction using Reconstructed Disparity Information.
6.4 Multi view Coding via Virtual View Generation.
6.5 Low delay Random View Access in Multi view Coding Using a Bit Rate adaptive Downsampling Approach.
7 Introduction to Multimedia Communications.
7.2 State of the Art: Wireless Multimedia Communications.
8 Wireless Channel Models.
8.2 GPRS/EGPRS Channel Simulator.
8.3 UMTS Channel Simulator.
8.4 WiMAX IEEE 802.16e Modeling.
9 Enhancement Schemes for Multimedia Transmission over Wireless Networks.
9.2 Link level Quality Adaptation Techniques.
9.3 Link Adaptation for Video Services.
9.4 User centric Radio Resource Management in UTRAN.
10 Quality Optimization for Cross network Media Communications.
10.2 Generic Inter networked QoS optimization Infrastructure.
10.3 Implementation of a QoS optimized Inter networked Emulator.
10.4 Performances of Video Transmission in Inter networked Systems.
11 Context based Visual Media Content Adaptation.
11.2 Overview of the State of the Art in Context aware Content Adaptation.
11.3 Other Standardization Efforts by the IETF and W3C.
11.4 Summary of Standardization Activities.
11.5 Generation of Contextual Information and Profiling.
11.6 The Application Scenario for Context based Adaptation of Governed Media Contents.