Complexity of Saliency-Cognizant Error Concealment Based on the Itti-Koch-Niebur Saliency Model

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Graduate student (PhD)
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Visual saliency
error concealment
computational complexity
video streaming

In this technical report, we analyze the computational complexity of the saliency-cognizant error concealment method for video streaming proposed in [1]. We derive an approximate number of operations needed to reconstruct a missing block in a video frame as a function of the block size and frame resolution.

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Technical Report
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