The MPEG-4 Book by Fernando Pereira

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The MPEG-4 Book is the first comprehensive, targeted guide to the MPEG-4 standard and its use in cutting-edge multimedia applications. Leaders of the MPEG-4 standards community cover every element of the standard, and every aspect of MPEG-4 content creation and delivery, including: transport, coding, BIFS, object description and synchronization, Synthetic Natural/Hybrid Coding, MPEG-J, profiling, conformance testing, and more.
 

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FERNANDO PEREIRA, Associate Professor at Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisboa - Portugal, and researcher at Instituto de Telecomunicações, is area editor of Signal Processing: Image Communication Journal and Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions of Circuits and Systems for Video Technology. Pereira has chaired many ad hoc groups in the context of the MPEG-4 and MPEG-7 standards' development and received an ISO certificate for his contributions to the MPEG-4 standard. His current interests include video analysis, processing, coding, description, and interactive multimedia services for Internet and mobile environments.TOURADJ EBRAHIMI, Professor of Image Processing at EPFL's Signal Processing Lab in Switzerland, has been nominated for two ISO certificates for his contributions to MPEG-4 and JPEG 2000 standards. He leads the Swiss delegation to MPEG and JPEG, and is associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, area editor of Image Communication Journal of EURASIP, and associate editor of Optical Engineering. His interests include image processing, coding, and visual information security. He holds a dozen patents.
 
Published July 20, 2002 by Prentice Hall. 896 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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It includes information on time/frequency audio coding, MPEG-2, advanced audio coding (AAC), MPEG-4 scalable audio coding, parametric audio coding, and harmonic and individual lines plus noise (HILN) parametric audio coding.

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