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Complexity analysis of interpolation filters for scalable video coding

Koen De Wolf (UGent) , Yves Dhondt (UGent) , Jan De Cock and Rik Van de Walle (UGent)
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Three low complexity algorithms that allow spatial scalability are presented in this paper. We discussed the feasibility of reusing motion and residual texture information of the base layer in the enhancement layer. The prediction errors and the complexity of the discussed filters and schemes are evaluated. The presented 6-tap and bicubic filters perform better than the bilinear and nearest neighbor filters for the prediction of the high resolution pictures. In contrast, the bilinear and nearest neighbor filters perform better for the interpolation of residual texture information.
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multi-layer motion prediction, scalable video coding, interpolation filters

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De Wolf, Koen, Yves Dhondt, Jan De Cock, and Rik Van de Walle. 2005. “Complexity Analysis of Interpolation Filters for Scalable Video Coding.” In EUROMEDIA  ’2005: 11TH ANNUAL EUROMEDIA CONFERENCE, ed. M Al Akaidi and L Rothkrantz, 93–96. Ghent, Belgium: EUROSIS.
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De Wolf, Koen, Dhondt, Y., De Cock, J., & Van de Walle, R. (2005). Complexity analysis of interpolation filters for scalable video coding. In M. Al Akaidi & L. Rothkrantz (Eds.), EUROMEDIA  ’2005: 11TH ANNUAL EUROMEDIA CONFERENCE (pp. 93–96). Presented at the 11th Annual Scientific Conference on Web Technology, New Media, Communications and Telematics Theory, Methods, Tools and Applications, Ghent, Belgium: EUROSIS.
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De Wolf K, Dhondt Y, De Cock J, Van de Walle R. Complexity analysis of interpolation filters for scalable video coding. In: Al Akaidi M, Rothkrantz L, editors. EUROMEDIA  ’2005: 11TH ANNUAL EUROMEDIA CONFERENCE. Ghent, Belgium: EUROSIS; 2005. p. 93–6.
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De Wolf, Koen, Yves Dhondt, Jan De Cock, et al. “Complexity Analysis of Interpolation Filters for Scalable Video Coding.” EUROMEDIA  ’2005: 11TH ANNUAL EUROMEDIA CONFERENCE. Ed. M Al Akaidi & L Rothkrantz. Ghent, Belgium: EUROSIS, 2005. 93–96. Print.
@inproceedings{405223,
  abstract     = {Three low complexity algorithms that allow spatial scalability are presented in this paper. We discussed the feasibility of reusing motion and residual texture information of the base layer in the enhancement layer. The prediction errors and the complexity of the discussed filters and schemes are evaluated. The presented 6-tap and bicubic filters perform better than the bilinear and nearest neighbor filters for the prediction of the high resolution pictures. In contrast, the bilinear and nearest neighbor filters perform better for the interpolation of residual texture information.},
  author       = {De Wolf, Koen and Dhondt, Yves and De Cock, Jan and Van de Walle, Rik},
  booktitle    = {EUROMEDIA '2005: 11TH ANNUAL EUROMEDIA CONFERENCE},
  editor       = {Al Akaidi, M and Rothkrantz, L},
  isbn         = {90-77381-17-1},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Toulouse, France},
  pages        = {93--96},
  publisher    = {EUROSIS},
  title        = {Complexity analysis of interpolation filters for scalable video coding},
  year         = {2005},
}

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