Digital Voice & Picture Communication

Course Description

In this course, Prof. Sabyasachi Sengupta gives 40 video lectures on Digital Voice & Picture Communication. The course covers lessons in Introduction, Speech Production Model,Speech Coding : Objectives and Requirements, Quantizers for Speech Signal,Mew - Law and Optimum Quantizer,Adaptive Quantizer,Differential Quantization, LDM and ADM,Differential PCM and Adaptive Prediction,Linear Prediction of Speech,Computational Aspects of LPC parameters,Cholesky Decomposition,Lattice Formulation of LPC Coefficient,Linear Predictive Synthesizer,LPC Vocoder,DCT Quantization and Limitations,MPEG - 1 Audio Coding,Interworking with PSTN Limitations and Solution,Video Conferencing : SIP Protocol,4G Multimedia Conferencing.

Digital Voice & Picture Communication

Prof. Sabyasachi Sengupta in Lecture 9: Differential PCM and Adaptive Prediction.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

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# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Introduction Play Video
2 Speech Production Model Play Video
3 Speech Coding: Objectives and Requirements Play Video
4 Quantizers for Speech Signal Play Video
5 Mew: Law and Optimum Quantizer Play Video
6 Adaptive Quantizer Play Video
7 Differential Quantization Play Video
8 LDM and ADM Play Video
9 Differential PCM and Adaptive Prediction Play Video
10 Linear Prediction of Speech Play Video
11 Computational Aspects of LPC Parameters Play Video
12 Cholesky Decomposition Play Video
13 Lattice Formulation of LPC Coefficient Play Video
14 Linear Predictive Synthesizer Play Video
15 LPC Vocoder Play Video
16 Introduction to Image and Video Coding Play Video
17 Lossy Image Compression: DCT Play Video
18 DCT Quantization and Limitations Play Video
19 Theory of Wavelets Play Video
20 Discrete Wavelet Transforms Play Video
21 DWT on the Images and its Encoding Play Video
22 Embedded Zero Tree Wavelet Encoding Play Video
23 Video Coding: Basic Building Blocks Play Video
24 Motion Estimate Techniques Play Video
25 Fast Motion Estimation Techniques Play Video
26 Video Coding Standards Play Video
27 Advanced Coding Aspects Play Video
28 Audio Coding: Basic Concepts Play Video
29 Audio Coding AC - 3 Play Video
30 AC - 3 Decoder Play Video
31 MPEG: 1 Audio Coding Play Video
32 Introduction to VoIP Play Video
33 VoIP Signaling: H.323 Protocol Play Video
34 H.323 Call Controls and Enhancements Play Video
35 Interworking with PSTN Limitations and Solution Play Video
36 Multiplexing Schemes Play Video
37 H.323:Multiplexing: Header Compression and BW Play Video
38 ISDN Video Conferencing Play Video
39 Video Conferencing: SIP Protocol Play Video
40 4G Multimedia Conferencing Play Video


Displaying 2 comments:

Chris Lundquist wrote 12 years ago.
Good lecture on fast motion estimation techniques. I would
be interested in hearing about hierarchical pyramids,
integral projection, and any others I might not even know of

I am looking to apply parallel computing platforms such as
graphics cards ( via CUDA and OpenCL ) to speed up the
prediction process.

serinth wrote 12 years ago.
this lecture give the entire description about
communication. thanks to NPTEL

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