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Title: Hadamard transform coding of television signals : a theoretical investigation of the adaptive coding of Hadamard transformed television signals : the use of computable objective measures for the assessment of local subpicture characteristics in selecting appropriate coders
Author: Morsi, Ibrahim Zakaria
Awarding Body: University of Bradford
Current Institution: University of Bradford
Date of Award: 1980
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Abstract:
The problem of determining an objective means for assessing local characteristics of television subpictures in a Hadamard transform multicoder scheme is stated and discussed. Detailed investigations of transform domain coefficient statistical characteristics for different test images have been conducted. Both monochrome and colour signals were used, as well as different transform sizes and shapes. " Directing Indexes " are proposed which, depending on the inter-relationships among transform coefficients and groups of coefficients, direct each subpicture to the appropriate coder. Three indexes in the case of monochrome signals are proposed, each with its own computational procedures and application requirements. Necessary modifications and changes for application of some indexes on colour signals are also discussed. The proposed technique of indexing eliminates the necessity of equal distribution of subpictures among 'activity classes', a major disadvantage encountered in present activity index. Coders to be used with each directing index are devised and tested, subject to an arbitrary bit rate of 2 bits per pixel, with satisfactory performance compared with some published results for other techniques.
Supervisor: Downing, O. J. Sponsor: Not available
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.278306  DOI: Not available
Keywords: Hadamard transform multicoder scheme ; Television signals ; Transform domain coefficient ; Directing Indexes ; Television subpictures ; Local characteristics Signal processing Information theory Communication
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