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Title: Optimizing MPEG-4 coding performance by taking post-processing into account
Authors: Cheung, WF
Chan, YH 
Keywords: Cosine transforms
Digital filters
Image compression
Image enhancement
Inverse problems
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: IEEE
Source: ICIP : 2000 International Conference on Image Processing : proceedings : September 10-13, 2000, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, v.3, p. 965-968 How to cite?
Abstract: In this paper, a block-based coding scheme is proposed. Unlike those schemes exploited in a conventional codec, the proposed scheme takes the post-processing scheme to be used in the decoder into account during encoding. An example is also provided in this paper to show how this coding scheme jointly optimizes the compression and the blocking-effect elimination when MPEG-4 deblocking filter is exploited in the post-processing stage.
ISBN: 0-7803-6297-7
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