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Parallel Scalability and Efficiency of HEVC Parallelization Approaches

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7 Author(s)
Chi Ching Chi ; Embedded Syst. Archit. Group, Tech. Univ. Berlin, Berlin, Germany ; Alvarez-Mesa, M. ; Juurlink, B. ; Clare, G.
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Unlike H.264/advanced video coding, where parallelism was an afterthought, High Efficiency Video Coding currently contains several proposals aimed at making it more parallel-friendly. A performance comparison of the different proposals, however, has not yet been performed. In this paper, we will fill this gap by presenting efficient implementations of the most promising parallelization proposals, namely tiles and wavefront parallel processing (WPP). In addition, we present a novel approach called overlapped wavefront (OWF), which achieves higher performance and efficiency than tiles and WPP. Experiments conducted on a 12-core system running at 3.33 GHz show that our implementations achieve average speedups, for 4k sequences, of 8.7, 9.3, and 10.7 for WPP, tiles, and OWF, respectively.

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Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 12 )