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    Title: Multi-direction search algorithm for block motion estimation in H.264/AVC
    Authors: Lin,CC;Lin,Y;Hsieh,HJ
    Contributors: 通訊工程研究所
    Keywords: PATTERNS
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 20:12:51 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: Many efficient search algorithms such as three-step search, new three-step search, four-step search, block-based gradient descent search, diamond search and hexagon-based search are developed for block motion estimation ( ME) to search for the optimal objective function. The block ME technique involves an optimisation problem. Although these algorithms can converge to a minimal point rapidly, they suffer from becoming trapped in local minimum if the objective function has multiple minima. To solve this problem, the hybrid multi-hexagon-grid search (UMHexagonS) algorithm has been proposed in H.264/AVC, in which an unsymmetrical-cross search and an uneven UMHexagonS are employed over a wide search range to find a nearly global minimum. The experiment shows that the hybrid UMHexagonS algorithm is computation expensive and is occasionally trapped in local minimum. The authors propose a novel and fast search algorithm, called multi-direction search (MDS) algorithm, which uses an MDS first to find all possible locally optimal points and then uses the extended hexagon search to re. ne these points for the final optimal motion vector. The experimental results indicate that a significant improvement in computation reduction (similar to 30 and 50% reduction in average search points, corresponding to 19 and 37% reduction in total encoding time, for MDS and fast MDS, respectively) can be achieved while maintaining better coding performance, compared with the hybrid UMHexagonS algorithm.
    Relation: IET IMAGE PROCESSING
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