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Yuichi Ninomiya, Yoshimichi Ohtsuka: Motion-compensated interframe coding system. Nippon Hoso Kyokai, Stevens Davis Miller & Mosher, December 22, 1981: US04307420 (65 worldwide citation)

An interframe coding system provided for highly efficient transmission of coded television picture signal is improved by compensating prediction error of predicted picture motion in response to interframe correlation detected by shifting moving blocks in a direction opposite to a motion vector detec ...


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Takahiro Hamada, Ryoichi Kawada, Shuichi Matsumoto: Motion adaptive noise reduction filter and motion compensated interframe coding system using the same. Kokusai Denshin Denwa Kabushiki Kaisha, Westman Champlin & Kelly P A, October 22, 1996: US05568196 (33 worldwide citation)

An accurate motion vector is locally estimated in a moving image, and motion compensation is performed on the image in the immediately preceding frame based on the motion vector obtained. Next, a low pass filter is applied between the current frame and the immediately preceding frame that has been m ...


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Ninomiya Yuichi, Ohtsuka Yoshimichi: A motion-compensated interframe coding system. Japan Broadcasting, May 2, 1984: GB2128847-A (10 worldwide citation)

An interframe coding system provided for highly efficient transmission of coded television picture signal is picture motion in response to interframe correlation detected by shifting moving blocks in a direction opposite to a motion vector detected for predicting interframe picture motion in order t ...


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Motion compensated interframe coding system. Japan Broadcasting, January 7, 1981: GB2050752-A (9 worldwide citation)

An interframe coding system provided for highly efficient transmission of coded television picture signal is picture motion in response to interframe correlation detected by shifting moving blocks in a direction opposite to a motion vector detected for predicting interframe picture motion in order t ...


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Yuichi Ninimiya, Yoshimichi Ohtsuka: A motion-compensated interframe coding system. Japan Broadcasting, January 2, 1981: FR2458965-A1

An interframe coding system provided for highly efficient transmission of coded television picture signal is picture motion in response to interframe correlation detected by shifting moving blocks in a direction opposite to a motion vector detected for predicting interframe picture motion in order t ...