Miska Hannuksela spends much of her time researching Coding, Decoding methods, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision and Real-time computing. Her work investigates the relationship between Coding and topics such as Scalability that intersect with problems in Distributed computing. The concepts of her Decoding methods study are interwoven with issues in Computer network, Transmission, Theoretical computer science and Communication channel.
Her Artificial intelligence research incorporates themes from Computer program and Computer graphics. She combines subjects such as Group of pictures, Reference frame and Error concealment with her study of Computer vision. Her Real-time computing research integrates issues from Event, Track, Arithmetic and Random access.
Miska Hannuksela focuses on Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Decoding methods, Coding and Real-time computing. Her research in Artificial intelligence intersects with topics in Encoder, Reference frame and Pattern recognition. Her research on Computer vision often connects related areas such as Computer graphics.
As part of one scientific family, Miska Hannuksela deals mainly with the area of Decoding methods, narrowing it down to issues related to the Encoding, and often Signal. Her Coding study which covers Computer program that intersects with Product. She studied Real-time computing and Computer network that intersect with Buffer.
Her primary areas of investigation include Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Coding, Decoding methods and Virtual reality. Miska Hannuksela has researched Artificial intelligence in several fields, including Computer program, Encoder and Pattern recognition. Her Computer vision research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Codec and Computer graphics.
Miska Hannuksela interconnects Bitstream, Computer hardware and Equirectangular projection in the investigation of issues within Coding. Her Decoding methods research includes elements of Identifier, Scalability, Encoding and Random access. Her work carried out in the field of Virtual reality brings together such families of science as Viewport, Multimedia, Immersion, Mpeg standards and Six degrees of freedom.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Artificial intelligence, Computer vision, Coding, Virtual reality and Viewport. Her studies examine the connections between Artificial intelligence and genetics, as well as such issues in Computer program, with regards to Video encoding and Product. Computer vision is closely attributed to Scalability in her research.
Her Coding research incorporates elements of Computer hardware, Display device, Decoding methods, Equirectangular projection and Stereoscopy. Miska Hannuksela undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Decoding methods and Omnidirectional antenna in her work. Her Virtual reality research focuses on Computer graphics and how it connects with Motion compensation and Reference frame.
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H.264/AVC in wireless environments
T. Stockhammer;M.M. Hannuksela;T. Wiegand.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology (2003)
Method and apparatus for video coding and decoding
Miska Matias Hannuksela.
The error concealment feature in the H.26L test model
Ye-Kui Wang;M.M. Hannuksela;V. Varsa;A. Hourunranta.
international conference on image processing (2002)
Apparatus, a method and a computer program for video coding and decoding
Dmytro Rusanovskyy;Miska Matias Hannuksela.
Method and device for video coding and decoding
Miska Matias Hannuksela;Ye-Kui Wang;Ying Chen.
Method and apparatus for video coding
Miska Matias Hannuksela;Dmytro Rusanovskyy.
The emerging MVC standard for 3D video services
Ying Chen;Ye-Kui Wang;Kemal Ugur;Miska M. Hannuksela.
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing (2009)
An apparatus, a method and a computer program for video coding and decoding
Dmytro Rusanovskyy;Miska Hannuksela;Wenyi Su.
Coding, storage and signalling of scalability information
Vang Je-Kui;Khannuksela Miska.
Grouping of image frames in video coding
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