A standard TV image is transmitted as a series of horizontal lines. To reduce band-width effects in transmission, half of a picture is transmitted in each frame, i.e., information is only given about pictures on alternate lines, a process called interlacing. A difficulty with this process is that other images (for example computer images) do not have alternate lines omitted. Thus it is desirable to be able to interpolate an existing TV images to obtain information on the images between alternate lines; this is the de-interlacing process.
|Title of host publication||31st European Study Group with Industry - Final Reports|
|Place of Publication||Southampton|
|Publisher||University of Southampton, Faculty of Mathematical Studies|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|
|Event||31st European Study Group with Industry - Southampton|
Duration: 1 Jan 1998 → …
|Conference||31st European Study Group with Industry|
|Period||01/01/1998 → …|
Budd, C., Gravesen, J., & Willson, E. (1998). Efficient Implementation of Volterra Filters for De-interlacing TV Images - Snell and Wilcox. In 31st European Study Group with Industry - Final Reports (pp. 1-41). University of Southampton, Faculty of Mathematical Studies.