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Distributed Video Coding (DVC) is a recently proposed paradigm in video communication, which fits well emerging applications such as wireless video surveillance, multimedia sensor networks, wireless PC cameras, and mobile cameras phones. These applications require a low complexity encoding, while possibly affording a high complexity decoding. DVC presents several advantages: First, the complexity can be distributed between the encoder and the decoder. Second, the DVC is robust to errors, since it uses a channel code. In DVC, a Side Information (SI) is estimated at the decoder, using the available decoded frames, and used for the decoding and reconstruction of other frames. In this Ph.D thesis, we propose new techniques in order to improve the quality ... toggle 16 keywords

distributed video coding side information motion estimation distributed source coding wyner-ziv global motion local motion background foreground objects elastic curves SIFT SVM refinement fusion GOP FRI


Abou-Elailah, Abdalbassir
Telecom Paristech
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March 1, 2013

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