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Reconfigurable video coding: a stream programming approach to the specification of new video coding standards. ABSTRACT Current video coding standards, and their reference implementations, are architected as large monolithic and sequential algorithms, in spite of the considerable overlap of functionality between standards, and the fact that they are frequently implemented on highly parallel computing platforms. The former leads to unnecessary complexity in the standardization process, while thedoi:10.1145/1730836.1730864 dblp:conf/mmsys/JanneckMRW10 fatcat:5stvtb4ghfgtnezviir4qgffl4