1. 10 Mar, 2017 1 commit
    • Thomas Davies's avatar
      Add a symbol decode call count to accounting. · f7f87ff2
      Thomas Davies authored
      This keeps track of how many calls have been made
      to read symbols or bits. A given syntax element
      may make multiple calls to symbol decoding functions,
      and these variables keep track of the entropy
      decoding engine throughput.
      
      Change-Id: Iab3a720cbfe68f8d5ca3e4c415f7baa683b24268
      f7f87ff2
  2. 19 Oct, 2016 1 commit
    • Michael Bebenita's avatar
      Bit accounting. · 6048d052
      Michael Bebenita authored
      This patch adds bit account infrastructure to the bit reader API.
      When configured with --enable-accounting, every bit reader API
      function records the number of bits necessary to decoding a symbol.
      Accounting symbol entries are collected in global accounting data
      structure, that can be used to understand exactly where bits are
      spent (http://aomanalyzer.org). The data structure is cleared and
      reused each frame to reduce memory usage. When configured without
      --enable-accounting, bit accounting does not incur any runtime
      overhead.
      
      All aom_read_xxx functions now have an additional string parameter
      that specifies the symbol name. By default, the ACCT_STR macro is
      used (which expands to __func__). For more precise accounting,
      these should be replaced with more descriptive names.
      
      Change-Id: Ia2e1343cb842c9391b12b77272587dfbe307a56d
      6048d052
  3. 07 Sep, 2016 1 commit
    • Michael Bebenita's avatar
      Bit accounting. · e6b12944
      Michael Bebenita authored
      This patch adds bit account infrastructure to the bit reader API.
      When configured with --enable-accounting, every bit reader API
      function records the number of bits necessary to decoding a symbol.
      Accounting symbol entries are collected in global accounting data
      structure, that can be used to understand exactly where bits are
      spent (http://aomanalyzer.org). The data structure is cleared and
      reused each frame to reduce memory usage. When configured without
      --enable-accounting, bit accounting does not incur any runtime
      overhead.
      
      All aom_read_xxx functions now have an additional string parameter
      that specifies the symbol name. By default, the ACCT_STR macro is
      used (which expands to __func__). For more precise accounting,
      these should be replaced with more descriptive names.
      
      Change-Id: Ia2e1343cb842c9391b12b77272587dfbe307a56d
      e6b12944