Publication detail

DCT Velocity Test in Dissimilar Programming Environments

FRÝZA, T. HANUS, S.

Original Title

DCT Velocity Test in Dissimilar Programming Environments

English Title

DCT Velocity Test in Dissimilar Programming Environments

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This contribution presents several software environments as a 3-D DCT (Three-Dimensional Discrete Cosine Transform) calculation tool. The 3-D DCT calculation is made using the 3-D DCT separability property, such that the whole coder is divided into three 1-D DCT calculations by using transpose buffers. Velocity of the 1-D DCT calculation is tested in Matlab and C with a program structure discussion and the video rate results presented as well. One input block with 8 x 8 x 8 elements of 8 bits each is processed in 9.1 ms in Matlab and in 0.016 ms in C.

English abstract

This contribution presents several software environments as a 3-D DCT (Three-Dimensional Discrete Cosine Transform) calculation tool. The 3-D DCT calculation is made using the 3-D DCT separability property, such that the whole coder is divided into three 1-D DCT calculations by using transpose buffers. Velocity of the 1-D DCT calculation is tested in Matlab and C with a program structure discussion and the video rate results presented as well. One input block with 8 x 8 x 8 elements of 8 bits each is processed in 9.1 ms in Matlab and in 0.016 ms in C.

Keywords

3-D DCT, 1-D DCT, calculation velocity, Matlab, C.

Released

01.10.2003

Publisher

KoREMA

Location

Dubrovnik (Croatia)

ISBN

953-6037-39-4

Book

Conference Proceedings ICECom 2003

Pages from

117

Pages to

119

Pages count

3

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT8121,
  author="Tomáš {Frýza} and Stanislav {Hanus}",
  title="DCT Velocity Test in Dissimilar Programming Environments",
  annote="This contribution presents several software environments as a 3-D DCT (Three-Dimensional Discrete Cosine Transform) calculation tool. The 3-D DCT calculation is made using the 3-D DCT separability property, such that the whole coder is divided into three 1-D DCT calculations by using transpose buffers. Velocity of the 1-D DCT calculation is tested in Matlab and C with a program structure discussion and the video rate results presented as well. One input block with 8 x 8 x 8 elements of 8 bits each is processed in 9.1 ms in Matlab and in 0.016 ms in C.",
  address="KoREMA",
  booktitle="Conference Proceedings ICECom 2003",
  chapter="8121",
  institution="KoREMA",
  year="2003",
  month="october",
  pages="117--119",
  publisher="KoREMA",
  type="conference paper"
}