RDP

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AcronymDefinition
RDPRemote Desktop Protocol
RDPReconstruction and Development Programme (RSA)
RDPRural Development Program
RDPRemote Desktop Printing
RDPRecovery and Development Programme (UN)
RDPRemote Display Processor
RDPReceive Differential Pair
RDPRapid Deployment Pack
RDPReliable Datagram Protocol
RDPReliable Data Protocol
RDPRemboursement des Primes (French: Redemption Premiums)
RDPRivière des Prairies (Montréal, Canada)
RDPRegistered Domestic Partner
RDPRemote Display Protocol (Microsoft)
RDPResort Data Processing, Inc (Vail, Colorado)
RDPRapid Deployment Program
RDPRádiodifusão Portuguesa (Portuguese national radio station)
RDPRural Development Plan (EU)
RDPRassemblement pour la Démocratie et le Progrès (French: Gathering for Democracy and Progress)
RDPRow-Diagonal Parity (computer algorithm)
RDPRoyal Dutch Petroleum (now Royal Dutch Shell)
RDPRecreational Dive Planner (scuba diving)
RDPRoute Discovery Process (wireless networks)
RDPResearch and Development Partnerships (US DHS)
RDPRadar Data Processing (FAA)
RDPRadar Data Processing
RDPRouter Design Project
RDPRapid-onset Dystonia-Parkinsonism
RDPRemote Distribution Panel (American Power Conversion Corp.)
RDPRelative Dielectric Permittivity (electricity)
RDPRing Deutscher Pfadfinderinnenverbände (German Girl-Scout Organization)
RDPRegistered Design Professional (architect or engineer)
RDPRadar Data Processor
RDPRequirements Development Plan
RDPRevue de Droit Public (French: Journal of Public Law)
RDPResource Defense Polygyny
RDPRegional Development Planning
RDPRelative Delay Penalty
RDPDemocratic Rally of the People-Jama'a (Niger)
RDPRoll of Distinguished Philatelists
RDPRassemblement Démocratique et Populaire (French: Democratic and Popular Rally; political party; Senegal)
RDPRiser Disconnect Package (drilling)
RDPRéservoir de Décharge du Pressuriseur (French: Discharge Pressurizer Tank; nuclear equipment)
RDPReverse Dragon Punch (gaming)
RDPReality Display Processor
RDPRunning Design Pressure
RDPRecursive Dyadic Partition
RDPRental Dwelling Policy (insurance)
RDPRegistered Disabled Person (UK)
RDPRange Deflection Protractor (to compute field artillery range and deflection)
RDPRange-Deflection Protractor (field artillery plotting instrument)
RDPRun Down Period (RAF)
RDPRubidium Di-Hydrogen Phosphate
RDPRapid Deployment Patrol
RDPRetirement Disposal Instruction
RDPRequirements Definition Program
RDPReport Document Page
RDPRate-Distortion Performance
RDPRadiation Distribution Plot
RDPRange Deception Protection
RDPResidence Demarcation Point (telephony)
RDPRation Distributing Point
RDPRequirements Development Package
RDPRay Doyle Promotions Pty Ltd
RDPRapid Deployment Planning
RDPRefugee Determination Program (Canada)
RDPRated Discharge Pressure
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To evaluate the rate-distortion performance of the proposed CS codec including adaptive sampling and reconstruction, we select sparse representation and quantization schemes as benchmarks.
Our method has better rate-distortion performance than that of sparse representation and quantization schemes.
Finally, the rate-distortion performance of proposed CVS system is compared with those of CS-KLT video codec (one of state-of-the-art CVS system) proposed in [35] and CS-based video codec in our previous work [36].
Various experiments are performed to evaluate the performance of proposed CVS system from some perspectives, and their results demonstrated that the proposed ST-Q used in our codec reduces effectively the quantization errors of measurements so as to guarantee a better rate-distortion performance when compared with the uniform SQ, DPCM-plus-SQ and SDPC, and the proposed MA-R algorithm has the superior performance than the existing reconstruction methods DISCOS and MHPR in both PSNR and visual quality.
11 compares the rate-distortion performances, averaged over the first 100 frames of Foreman, Highway and Container sequences respectively, of the Intra coded results by the H.264/AVC JM9.5 software (H.264i), the CS-KLT codec proposed by [35], the CS-based video codec in our previous work [36] and the proposed CVS system.
Evaluation on Rate-Distortion Performance. Figure 5 shows the rate-distortion curves for H.264, DISCOVER, and CSVC encoders under different test video sequences.
Experiment results show that the rate-distortion performance of CSVC has a large performance difference from H.264 and DISCOVER, but its rate-energy-distortion performance has a greater advantage; that is, the rapid improvement of its reconstruction quality does not depend on coding energy input.
At present, the rate-distortion performance of CSVC is still not ideal, and there is still some way to go before we put CSVC into practical use.
Rate-distortion performance of CSVC is greatly related to the accuracy of side information estimation, which means that high-quality side information immensely reduces the required supply of bit load from encoder side.
It is obvious that the rate-distortion performances of the virtual color image and depth map by our scheme are better than that using SVC of JSVM software [6] and the Ref [5] method, and are comparable with HEVC intra for all tested sequences.
From further analysis, as shown in Table 2, when QP is fixed, GOP4 has the worst rate-distortion performance compared to the proposed method, TestA and TestB respectively have 1.14 and 1.05 dB PSNR reductions, as well as 3.74% and 7.33% bit rate increases.
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