Infoscience

Journal article

Subband coding of video for packet networks

Video coding has been investigated for the novel application of video transmission over packed-switched networks. The underlying design goals are presented, together with a software implementation of a coding scheme, which divides the input signal into frequency bands in all three dimensions, seems promising in that it lends itself to parrallel implementation, is robust enough to handle errors due to lost packets, and yields high compression with sustained good quality. Moreover, it may be well integrated with the network to handle issues is given, together with the results obtained from simulated system.

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