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MPEG Encoding The MPEG standards do not concern about the encoding process Vendors need to figure out the implementation to generate the content Usually let the content creators do the trial-and-error process for the “right” parameters Do not guarantee the quality is always optimal
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Modeling MPEG-4 Interactive MOCPN--- An extension of Object Composition Petri Net MOCPN={P, T,A,M,D,TS,PT} Run time MOCPN generation according to the requirement of live video: mostly caused by user interaction. Such as old video cease and new video inserted.
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Three Scheduling Algorithms Goal: Distribute the encoding task of multiple video object to the cluster workstations for high speed up. Need a dynamic scheduling scheme because the non static nature of task situation. Scheduling is NP in nature, need to find heuristic methods RRS( Round Robin Scheduling) GS (Group Scheduling) GAS (GOV adjusting scheduling)
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Notation and Equation used Vo j ith video object Vop i,j jth frame of video object Vo
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course CIS 6930 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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