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Application of Temporal Error Diffusion to Motion JPEG  (1997)
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The term error diffusion has been used in the halftoning literature to describe processes in which pixels' quantization errors are spread in space to their unquantized neighbors, causing neighboring errors to be negatively correlated and relatively invisible. The general principle may be extended to the time dimension as well, which we will refer to as temporal error diffusion. In this paper we will consider the use of temporal error diffusion to ameliorate the errors introduced by JPEG image compression of a stream of images.
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Application, contras, Diffusio, diffusion, Error, error, JPEG, M-JPEG, motion, Motion, quality, sensitivity, temporal, Temporal, visual
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Proc. SPIE, vol. 3016, pp. 288-295
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