Adaptive Motion

Some articles on adaptive, adaptive motion, motion:

Patent Holders - MPEG-2 Patents (U.S. Only)
11 dec 04 ... aug 11 ... dec 11 ... dec 2010 Adaptive non-linear quantizer file+20 grant+17 AT T Bell Laboratories 13 ... apr 10 ... May 13 ... apr. 15 ... jun 26 ... nov 15 ... jun 15 ... jun 2010 Adaptive motion compensation for digital television file+20 grant+17 CIF LICENSING, LLC 09 ... apr ... system and methods utilizing scene adaptive coding with rate buffer feedback file+20 related_patent+20 Override Referenced patent had its term changed grant+17 terminal ...
Television Standards Conversion - Standards Conversion Methods in Common Use - Adaptive Motion Interpolation
... techniques measure the nature and degree of inter-frame motion in the source, and use adaptive algorithms to blend the image based on the results ... Some such techniques are known as motion compensation algorithms, and are computationally much more expensive than the simpler techniques, thus requiring more ... Adaptive Motion algorithms capitalize on the way the human eye and brain process moving images - in particular, detail is perceived less clearly on moving objects that ...

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