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Video Error Correction Using Steganography

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The transmission of any data is always subject to corruption due to errors, but video transmission, because of its real time nature must deal with these errors without retransmission of the corrupted data. The error can be handled using forward error correction in the encoder or error concealment techniques in the decoder. This MPEG-2 compliant codec uses data hiding to transmit error correction information and several error concealment techniques in the decoder. The decoder resynchronizes more quickly with fewer errors than traditional resynchronization techniques. It also allows for perfect recovery of differentially encoded DCT-DC components and motion vectors. This provides for a much higher quality picture in an error-prone environment while creating an almost imperceptible degradation of the picture in an error-free environment.

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Correspondence to David L. Robie.

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Robie, D.L., Mersereau, R.M. Video Error Correction Using Steganography. EURASIP J. Adv. Signal Process. 2002, 860632 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1155/S1110865702000562

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Keywords

  • error concealment
  • error correction
  • data hiding
  • steganography
  • MPEG-2