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Design Methodology for VLSI Implementation of Image and Video Coding Algorithms — A Case Study

  • Javier Bracamonte
  • Michael Ansorge
  • Fausto Pellandini

Abstract

In this chapter a methodology for the design of VLSI circuits for image and video coding applications is presented. In each section a different phase of the design procedure is discussed, along with a description of the involved software environments. An example of an area efficient single-chip implementation of a JPEG coder is presented to illustrate the methodology.

Keywords

Discrete Cosine Transform Video Code Discrete Cosine Transform Coefficient Joint Photographic Expert Group VLSI Architecture 
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  • Javier Bracamonte
  • Michael Ansorge
  • Fausto Pellandini

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