temporal compression

temporal compression

For video compression, see interframe coding and temporal redundancy. For audio compression, see temporal masking.
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The dedicated data compression techniques for sensor nodes can be classified into two categories: (1) spatial compression techniques, and (2) temporal compression techniques.
Temporal compression techniques applied in a single node can also be classified into two categories: lossless and lossy compression algorithms, which are typically based on different principles.
Lightweight Temporal Compression (LTC), is a low-complexity piecewise linear approximations lossy compression algorithm.
Edited with soft and lap dissolves, symmetrically structured by Domenico's initial approach and final departure, From the Branches appears expansive despite its temporal compression.
Semantic trajectory compression stores trajectories in the form of semantic information in road network instead of trajectory points, compresses spatial information in trajectory data by spatial compression methods, and compresses temporal information in trajectory data by temporal compression techniques, until some halting condition is met.
Temporal compression tries to compress across many frames of video over time, recording only differences between each frame rather than each actual frame.
The MPEG2 standard defines a "professional profile" that uses spatial and temporal compression to achieve video compression.

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