This is follow up post on Selective Decoding, my master thesis project. You can get the main idea of selective decoding at previous post. This post simply provides some resources related to the project.
I’ve upload two videos to YouTube demonstrating how selective decoding works.
The source code for the Android player is available at github. You can find it at https://github.com/roman10/AndZop. Note that there are multiple branches, with the master branch containing the stable code and other branches having various experiments I did.
There is a research paper about selective decoding, available at http://www.comp.nus.edu.sg/~ooiwt/papers/pcm12-zoomable.pdf. If you want more detailed info, you can refer to my master thesis at http://www.roman10.net/src/thesis.pdf.
This project is part of the jiku project. There’re lots of other interesting stuff going on under the jiku project. We can refer to http://liubei.ddns.comp.nus.edu.sg/jiku/ for more information.