Two methods of combining DPCM (differential pulse-code modulation) and interpolation are proposed for compressing still-frame teleconferencing signals. The first method uses horizontal subsampling, DPCM, and interpolation to achieve a 4:1 compression. The other method is similar but uses vertical subsampling instead. Simulation results indicate that either method can easily achieve the required 2-b/pel data rate with negligible degradation in image quality. Conventional DPCM is shown to perform slightly better in quantitative terms when fixed-wordlength coding is used. However, the two DPCM/interpolation methods offer other advantages when used with a variable-wordlength coder
B. Mallappa and N. R. Cox, "Still-Frame Image Transmission using DPCM/Interpolative Coding," Proceedings of the IEEE Region 5 Conference, 1988: 'Spanning the Peaks of Electrotechnology', Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1988.
The definitive version is available at http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/REG5.1988.15907
IEEE Region 5 Conference, 1988: 'Spanning the Peaks of Electrotechnology'
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
DPCM; Data Compression; Differential Pulse-Code Modulation; Encoding; Fixed-Wordlength Coding; Horizontal Subsampling; Image Quality; Interpolation; Interpolative Coding; Pulse-Code Modulation; Still Frame Image Transmission; Still-Frame Teleconferencing Signals; Teleconferencing; Vertical Subsampling; Video Signals
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