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URN etd-0916105-123532 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 3251 times. Download 1966 times. Author PING-YUAN HUANG Author's Email Address No Public. Department Electrical Engineering Year 2004 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language English Page Count 41 Title Design of Scan Converter Using the Locally 2-D Bilinear Interpolation Keyword Real-time PSNR Interpolation FPGA 2-D Bi-linear 2-D Bi-linear FPGA Interpolation PSNR Real-time Abstract This thesis proposes an implementation of a scan conversion. The basis of Bi-linear interpolation and 2-D vector method can achieve higher PSNR of the output image quality. The algorithm presents of interpolation when compared with the traditional algorithms, particularly in the edge regions. In addition, the proposed method can be easily implemented.
Personal computer simulations using read images performance of the proposed algorithm. The performance evaluation is base on the PSNR between the original and reconstructed image, and the results were shown that about 1 dB better then the other algorithms. Besides, it also reveals that the novel method can process high-resolution, with color picture of size up to 1024*768 pixels at real-time video of 60 frames/sec. The implementation can under less embedded memory (on chip 9.6KB) requirement.
Advisor Committee Ming-Chieh Tsai - advisor
none - co-chair
none - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2005-07-20 Date of Submission 2005-09-16