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August, 2019

TMM Volume 21 Issue 8

In this paper, we propose a coding tree unit (CTU)-level rate control scheme from the perspective of SSIM-based rate-distortion optimization to improve the coding efficiency. First, we establish the SSIM-based rate-distortion model based on the divisive normalization scheme, which characterizes the relationship between the local visual quality and the coding bits.

With the rapid popularization of mobile intelligent terminals, mobile video and cloud services applications are widely used in people's lives. However, the resource-constrained characteristic of the terminals and the enormous amount of video information make the efficient terminal-to-cloud data upload a challenge.

Multimedia streams consume a significant chunk of the consumer Internet traffic exchanged and will continue to do so due to the ever-increasing connection among people, businesses, and industries. To cope with the deviation of the Internet's intended use, unreliable underlying infrastructure, and best effort protocols while leveraging existing technologies...

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