A Distributed Video Coding Framework for Higher Resolution Sequences - Open Research Online
Programming distributed systems is already challenging due to the presence of data races and deadlocks; bugs are difficult to detect and reproduce when they only arise in certain thread interleavings. With the pervasive usage of distributed systems in software design, there is an urgent need for formal tools for qualitative and quantitative analysis of distributed software. In response, this thesis designs novel resource-aware session types that serve as a sound and practical foundation for distributed systems with strong type-theoretic guarantees. Session types statically enforce bidirectional communication protocols for message-passing processes.
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Mahmood, Asif PhD thesis The Open University. Video coding is the core enabling technology for compressing sequences where inherently very large bandwidth requirements must be reduced to enable efficient transmission and storage. Traditional video codecs encoder-decoder generally incur large encoder resources and so are not suitable for resource-scarce devices.
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