Advanced Video Coding: Principles and Techniques (Advances in Image Communication) In recent years, the paradigm of video coding has shifted from that of a frame-based approach to a content-based approach, particularly with the finalization of the ISO multimedia coding standard, MPEG-4. MPEG-4 is the emerging standard for the coding of multimedia content. It defines a syntax for a set of content-based functionalities, namely,... Digital Signal Processing Using MATLAB and Wavelets (Electrical Engineering) Although DSP has long been considered an EE topic, recent developments have also generated significant interest from the computer science community. DSP applications in the consumer market, such as bioinformatics, the MP3 audio format, and MPEG-based cable/satellite television have fueled a desire to understand this technology outside of hardware...
Tools for Signal Compression: Applications to Speech and Audio Coding (ISTE)
In everyday life, we often come in contact with compressed signals: when using
mobile telephones, mp3 players, digital cameras, or DVD players. The signals in each
of these applications, telephone-band speech, high fidelity audio signal, and still or
video images are not only sampled and quantized to put them into a form suitable for... Still Image and Video Compression with MATLAB
The term “video compression” is now a common household name. The field of still
image and video compression has matured to the point that it is possible to watch
movies on a laptop computer. Such is the rapidity at which technology in various
fields has advanced and is advancing. However, this creates a need for some to... Digital Design (4th Edition)
Digital electronic circuits are the engines of cell phones, MPEG players, digital cameras, com puters, data servers, personal digital devices, GPS displays, and many other consumer prod ucts that process and use information in a digital format. This book presents a basic treatment of digital circuits and the fundamental concepts used in their...
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