### Table 2. Rate-distortion comparison of several temporal lters on Mobile CIF video sequence (30fps).

### Table 1: Rate/Distortion performance comparison of the proposed coding algorithms vs. other schemes.

### Table 3. Rate-distortion comparison of different spatial filters on Mobile CIF 30 Hz video sequence.

### Table 5. Rate-distortion comparison of different spatial filters on Bus CIF 30 Hz video sequence.

### Table 2: Correlation betwen the rate-distortion costs of the k-1st and kth frames for selected sequences and quantization parameters.

"... In PAGE 6: ... Therefore, we use the final rate-distortion cost of the nth macroblock in the temporaly preceding frame, (1,) kn iRD J!, as our estimated ) , (n k od J regardles of its coding mode (skip or code). Table2 shows the corelation betwen 1, MiRD !and ) , ( c for selected video sequences and QP values. The high correlation betwen the two coding costs demonstrates that (1,) kn MiRD J!is a suitable predictor for ) , (n k d.... ..."

### Table 1 Rate-distortion performance of various coding schemes. (Units: dB for average PSNR per frame and bits for average bits per frame.)

"... In PAGE 11: ... Table1 shows the rate-distortion performance of various schemes at different conditions for testing video sequences of different image characteristics. In this part of simulation, all video sequences are encoded in Inter-mode and the checker scanning strategy is adopted in the pre-processing scheme.... ..."

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### Table 8. Rate-distortion comparison of the described scenarii for the sequence Mobile (CIF, 30Hz). Ortho / Biorthog stands for an orthonormal/biorthogonal decomposition, respectively and TS for temporal subband.

### Table 9. Rate-distortion comparison of the described scenarii for the sequence Harbour (4CIF, 60Hz). Or- tho / Biorthog stands for an orthonormal/biorthogonal decomposition, respectively and TS for temporal subband.

### Table 1 presents a pseudocode description of our proposed SD coding algorithm. Note that the rate/distortion perfor- mance of this encoder is entirely determined by the quan- tizer used.

"... In PAGE 2: ... (c) Update the corresponding value of the histogram, h(wij)[^ cij]. Table1 : Pseudocode Description of the SD encoder. Given this encoder description, the decoder is fairly straightforward (just do the obvious inversion at each step), and therefore, for the sake of brevity, is not included.... ..."

### Table 1: Bit rate and distortion of the spline approximation of the object using 25 spline segments.

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 1: Bit rate and distortion of the spline approximation of the object using 25 spline segments. The results for the bit rate and distortion (Equation 3) of the object (Figure 3) from Miss America sequence are listed in Table1 . Using the same number of 25 spline segments (control points), our approach per- forms best in terms of distortion, whereas the encoding of control points is more efficient at DAG.... ..."