Object-Based Image Coding: A Learning-Driven Revisit

18 Mar 2020 Qi Xia Haojie Liu Zhan Ma

The Object-Based Image Coding (OBIC) that was extensively studied about two decades ago, promised a vast application perspective for both ultra-low bitrate communication and high-level semantical content understanding, but it had rarely been used due to the inefficient compact representation of object with arbitrary shape. A fundamental issue behind is how to efficiently process the arbitrary-shaped objects at a fine granularity (e.g., feature element or pixel wise)... (read more)

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