Efficient decoding algorithm for 3D video over wireless channels
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In wireless communication networks, additive channel noise and time varying multipath fading are considered amongst the main challenges and these effects will bring significant quality degradation to the transmitted 2D/3D video streams. This paper presents an efficient decoding algorithm for Distributed Video Coding (DVC) for enhanced performance of colour and depth based 3D video over error prone wireless channels. The maximum a-posteriori (MAP) algorithm for turbo decoding is modified considering the effects of the channel errors on both Wyner-Ziv and key frame bit streams of colour and depth videos. The proposed codec is simulated using a W-CDMA wireless channel model and the results are analyzed to determine the effect of the modifications. The performance of the state-of-the-art H.264/AVC video codec is also presented for comparison under similar conditions. The results show that the proposed modifications provide a significant improvement in the DVC codec performance under unfavourable channel conditions for colour plus depth based 3D video.
Multimedia Tools and Applications;
Yasakethu, S.L.P. and Hewage, C.T.E.R. (2018) 'Efficient decoding algorithm for 3D video over wireless channels', Multimedia Tools and Applications, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-018-6157-4
This article was published in Multimedia Tools and Applications on 31 May 2018, available open access at https://doi.org/10.1007/s11042-018-6157-4
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