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Techniques for flexible image/video resolution conversion with heterogeneous terminals

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4 Author(s)
Ming-Sui Lee ; Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA ; Mei-Yin Shen ; Kuo, C.-C.J. ; Yoneyama, A.

Multimedia capturing and display devices of different resolutions and aspect ratios can be easily connected by networks and, thus, there is a great need to develop techniques that facilitate flexible image/video format conversion and content adaptation among these heterogeneous terminals. Quality degradation due to downsampling, up-sampling, coding/decoding, and some content adaptation mechanism (say, image mosaicking) in the transmission process is inevitable. It is desirable that multimedia contents can be easily captured, displayed, and seamlessly composed. Challenges and techniques to achieve this goal are reviewed first. Then, two specific topics, i.e., image/video mosaicking and super resolution (SR) conversion, are highlighted. As compared with previous work developed for these problems, the challenge under the current context is to strike a balance between low computational complexity and high quality of resultant image/video. Several new developments along this line are discussed

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Communications Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:45 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Jan. 2007

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