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Video Processing and Communications

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ISBN-10: 0130175471

ISBN-13: 9780130175472

Edition: 2002

Authors: Yao Wang, Ya-quin Zhang, Joern Ostermann, Ya-Qin Zhang

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For graduate level courses in digital video processing and communications, and as a reference book for practicing researchers and engineers. With more insights and examples than other texts of its kind, Video Processing and Communications provides a good balance between theoretical concepts and practical solutions, with more rigorous formulation of certain problems such as motion estimation, sampling, basic coding theory. It is unique in its coverage of error control, scalable coding, and video streaming applications, and offers more comprehensive coverage than competitors on timely coding techniques, including issues of practical importance such as rate control, mode selection, scalable…    
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Book details

List price: $252.40
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/27/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 624
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

(NOTE: Each chapter concludes with Summary, Problems, and Bibliography
Video Formation, Perception, and Representation
Color Perception and Specification
Video Capture and Display
Analog Video Raster
Analog Color Television Systems
Digital Video
Fourier Analysis of Video Signals and Frequency Response of the Human Visual System
Multidimensional Continuous-Space Signals and Systems
Multidimensional Discrete-Space Signals and Systems
Frequency Domain Characterization of Video Signals
Frequency Response of the Human Visual System
Video Sampling
Basics of the Lattice Theory
Sampling over Lattices
Sampling of Video Signals
Filtering Operations in Cameras and Display Devices
Video Sampling Rate Conversion
Conversion of Signals Sampled on Different Lattices
Sampling Rate Conversion of Video Signals
Video Modeling
Camera Model
Illumination Model
Object Model
Scene Model
Two-Dimensional Motion Models
Two-Dimensional Motion Estimation
Optical Flow
General Methodologies
Pixel-Based Motion Estimation
Block-Matching Algorithm
Deformable Block-Matching Algorithms
Mesh-Based Motion Estimation
Global Motion Estimation
Region-Based Motion Estimation
Multiresolution Motion Estimation
Application of Motion Estimation in Video Coding
Three-Dimensional Motion Estimation
Feature-Based Motion Estimation
Direct Motion Estimation
Iterative Motion Estimation
Foundations of Video Coding
Overview of Coding Systems
Basic Notions in Probability and Information Theory
Information Theory for Source Coding
Binary Encoding
Scalar Quantization
Vector Quantization
Waveform-Based Video Coding
Block-Based Transform Coding
Predictive Coding
Video Coding Using Temporal Prediction and Transform Coding
Content-Dependent Video Coding
Two-Dimensional Shape Coding
Texture Coding for Arbitrarily Shaped Regions
Joint Shape and Texture Coding
Region-Based Video Coding
Object-Based Video Coding
Knowledge-Based Video Coding
Semantic Video Coding
Layered Coding System
Scalable Video Coding
Basic Modes of Scalability
Object-Based Scalability
Wavelet-Transform-Based Coding
Stereo and Multiview Sequence Processing
Depth Perception
Stereo Imaging Principle
Disparity Estimation
Intermediate View Synthesis
Stereo Sequence Coding
Video Compression Standards
Video Telephony with H.261 and H.263
Standards for Visual Communication Systems
Consumer Video Communications with MPEG-1
Digital TV with MPEG-2
Coding of Audiovisual Objects with MPEG-4
Video Bit Stream Syntax
Multimedia Content Description Using MPEG-7
Error Control in Video Communications
Motivation and Overview of Approaches
Typical Video Applications and Communications Networks
Transport-Level Error Control
Error-Resilient Encoding
Decoder Error Concealment
Encoder-Decoder Interactive Error Control
Error-Resilience Tools in H.263 and MPEG-4
Streaming Video over the Internet and Wirele