Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
Engineering Science Building,
The University of Texas at Austin,
Austin, TX 78712-1084 USA
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While GPSC realizes polygon approximation exactly at every encoding stage, we can guarantee quality of service because the peak distortion is no greater than dmax, and we improve coding efficiency as long as a silhouette complies with the model. The tolerance parameter dmax can be assigned to each contour to smooth the transmitted data rate, which is especially useful for constant bandwidth channels. Compared with non-predictive approaches, simulation using MPEG-4 sequences demonstrates that GPSC not only improves objective gain but also enhances visual quality based on MPEG-4 subjective tests. The significance of GPSC is that it provides a generic framework for seamlessly extending conventional vertex coding schemes into the temporal domain yet it retains the advantages of existing polygon-based algorithms for visual content description while furnishing better geometric compression.
Last Updated 11/08/04.