predictive coder

predictive coder

[prə‚dik·tiv ′kō·dər]
(communications)
Any technique for compressing audio or video signals in which a synthesizer at the receiver is controlled by signal parameters extracted at the transmitter to remake the signal. Also known as predictive encoder.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Potentially, the multiscale aspect of compatibly extend a predictive coder to higher bandwidths and higher resolution images.
In a predictive coder, for example, the prediction is derived from the difference between the actual input frame and the reconstructed previous image.
The particular model we endorse is a combination of pyramids and predictive coders, where the multiscale attibutes fo the pyramid are combined with the efficiency of prediction.

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