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A method for scalable motion compensated up-conversion of video sequences is proposed. By computing suitable objective quality estimates, (which show a high correlation with subjective quality scores), the method allows to predict the resources needed to up-convert a given input video sequence achieving a certain visual quality of the output video sequence. This method permits to dynamically change the resource utilisation in a way which is optimal for the system, e.g. for a programmable platform for media processing. © 2002 SPIE · 0277-786X/02/$15.00.

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4671 I


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