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Most of the ITU models use videos having low resolutions of VGA, HVGA, CIF, and QCIF only.
For a QCIF BL resolution and CIF EL resolution, compared to the JSVM, the ILIP algorithm produced TT and ET savings of 63.25% and 67.68%, respectively, while decreasing the video quality by 0.0013.
More specifically, CIF resolution allows sufficient clinical information for categorizing plaque type, as opposed to QCIF resolution.
Quarter Common Intermediate Format (QCIF) videos are used because these have smaller frame size thus fewer search blocks for ME.
He made this revelation while talking to Qatar Tribune on the sidelines of the three-day Qatar International College Fair's (QCIF) inaugural function on Sunday.
MobilMAX's analogue-TV handsets include the C889MA, a slim metal design with a high-quality QCIF display, and the CG968A, a dual-mode CDMA/GSM handset with a 2.4-inch QVGA touch-screen.
The company said that the handset features a 2.2" QCIF colour display and is available in two colour options, teal and red wine.
It uses coding scheme QCIF (Quarter Common Intermediate Format).
Combined, these products enable the most bandwidth-efficient, highest quality images spanning from QCIF to HD available on the market today.
Six years ago, QCIF (176 X 120) was common in cell phones.
"Proposed-1" improves the maximum coding gain by 0.80 dB for the QCIF "News" sequence and the average coding gain by 0.42 dB.
--Synthetic sequence: Is the linking, using dissolves of different lengths and wipes of different lengths and directions, of the QCIF sequences: Bridge close view, Bridge far view, Carphone, Claire, Container Ship, Foreman, Grandma, Highway drive, Mother and Daughter, Salesman and Silent, all of which are free available in