Recent Advances in Multi-view Distributed Video Coding

We consider dense networks of surveillance cameras capturing overlapped images of the same scene from different viewing directions, such a scenario being referred to as multi-view. Data compression is paramount in such a system due to the large amount of captured data. In this paper, we propose a Multi-view Distributed Video Coding approach. It allows for low complexity / low power consumption at the encoder side, and the exploitation of inter-view correlation without communications among the cameras. We introduce a combination of temporal intra-view side information and homography inter-view side information. Simulation results show both the improvement of the side information, as well as a significant gain in terms of coding efficiency.


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SPIE Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing for Military and Security Applications
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SPIE Mobile Multimedia/Image Processing for Military and Security Applications, Orlando, FL, April 2007
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2007
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