Adaptive computing handles compute-hungry motion estimation

Lane, Keith
June 2003
Portable Design;Jun2003, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p21
Focuses on spatial and temporal segmentation in motion estimation algorithms. Time-domain algorithms; Frequency-domain algorithms; Computational power requirements.


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