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Center-biased frame selection algorithms for fast multi-frame motion estimation in H.264
International Conference on Neural Networks and Signal Processing, 2003. Proceedings of the 2003
The new upcoming video coding standard, H.264, allows motion estimation performing on multiple reference frames. This new feature improves the prediction accuracy of inter-coding blocks significantly, but it is extremely computational intensive. Its reference software adopts a full search scheme. The complexity of multi-frame motion estimation increases linearly with the number of used reference frames. However, the distortion gain given by each reference frame varies with the motion content ofdoi:10.1109/icnnsp.2003.1281099 fatcat:csskhmeqpbbgtjtu3iegc2mi2e