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Scalable multiple description 3D video coding based on even and odd frame

Karim, HA, Hewage, CTER, Yu, AC, Worrall, S, Dogan, S and Kondoz, AM (2007) Scalable multiple description 3D video coding based on even and odd frame PCS 2007 - 26th Picture Coding Symposium.

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Scalable multiple description video coding provides adaptability to bandwidth variations and receiving device characteristics and at the same time improves error robustness in multimedia networks. One promising application includes error resilient scalable video conferencing in a virtual collaboration system. In this paper, a scalable multiple description video coding (MDC) is proposed for stereoscopic 3D video. Scalable MDC has been applied to 2D video for error resilience but not much on 3D video. The proposed algorithm enhances the error resilience of the base layer of H. 264/SVC using even and odd frame based MDC. The performance of the algorithm is examined in error free environment and in mobile WiMax (IEEE802.16e) error prone environments. Simulation results show improved objective and 2D/3D subjective performance using the proposed scalable MDC in an IEEE802.16e network at high error rates compared to single description coding (SDC).

Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Karim, HA
Hewage, CTER
Yu, AC
Worrall, S
Dogan, S
Date : 1 December 2007
Depositing User : Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited : 17 May 2017 13:15
Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 23:40

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