28 June 2000 Fast ITTBC using pattern code on subband segmentation
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Iterated Transformation Theory-Based Coding suffers from very high computational complexity in encoding phase. This is due to its exhaustive search. In this paper, our proposed image coding algorithm preprocess an original image to subband segmentation image by wavelet transform before image coding to reduce encoding complexity. A similar block is searched by using the 24 block pattern codes which are coded by the edge information in the image block on the domain pool of the subband segmentation. As a result, numerical data shows that the encoding time of the proposed coding method can be reduced to 98.82% of that of Joaquin's method, while the loss in quality relative to the Jacquin's is about 0.28 dB in PSNR, which is visually negligible.
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Sung Shick Koh, Sung Shick Koh, Hanchil Kim, Hanchil Kim, Kooyoung Lee, Kooyoung Lee, Hongbin Kim, Hongbin Kim, Hun Jeong, Hun Jeong, Gangseok Cho, Gangseok Cho, Chunghwa Kim, Chunghwa Kim, } "Fast ITTBC using pattern code on subband segmentation", Proc. SPIE 4080, Input/Output and Imaging Technolgies II, (28 June 2000); doi: 10.1117/12.389445; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.389445
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