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Robustness of Compressed High Definition Video to Transmission Packet Loss

Originální název

Robustness of Compressed High Definition Video to Transmission Packet Loss

Anglický název

Robustness of Compressed High Definition Video to Transmission Packet Loss

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

When comparing video compression algorithms, the most common performance indicator is the rate-distortion dependency, i.e. how effective is the algorithm in reducing the source video bit rate while meeting a certain quality measure, such as a given peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR). This paper compares two of the most widespread algorithms in a different manner: the compressed bit stream is subject to simulated erroneous transmission, and the impact of missing data on the decoded video at the receiver end is measured. To objectively and repeatably measure the quality of the decoded video subject to errors, PSNR is used.

Anglický abstrakt

When comparing video compression algorithms, the most common performance indicator is the rate-distortion dependency, i.e. how effective is the algorithm in reducing the source video bit rate while meeting a certain quality measure, such as a given peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR). This paper compares two of the most widespread algorithms in a different manner: the compressed bit stream is subject to simulated erroneous transmission, and the impact of missing data on the decoded video at the receiver end is measured. To objectively and repeatably measure the quality of the decoded video subject to errors, PSNR is used.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT32837,
  author="Martin {Slanina} and Václav {Říčný} and Tomáš {Kratochvíl}",
  title="Robustness of Compressed High Definition Video to Transmission Packet Loss",
  annote="When comparing video compression algorithms, the most common performance indicator is the rate-distortion dependency, i.e. how effective is the algorithm in reducing the source video bit rate while meeting a certain quality measure, such as a given peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR). This paper compares two of the most widespread algorithms in a different manner: the compressed bit stream is subject to simulated erroneous transmission, and the impact of missing data on the decoded video at the receiver end is measured. To objectively and repeatably measure the quality of the decoded video subject to errors, PSNR is used.",
  address="University of Zagreb",
  booktitle="Proceedings ELMAR-2010",
  chapter="32837",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="University of Zagreb",
  year="2010",
  month="september",
  pages="151--154",
  publisher="University of Zagreb",
  type="conference paper"
}