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10 May 2005 QUICKFIRE: a JPEG 2000/JPIP-enabled ISR screener application
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In this paper we present a JPEG2000-enabled ISR dissemination system that provides an airborne-based compression server and a ground-based screener client. This system makes possible direct dissemination of airborne collected imagery to users on the ground via existing portable communications. Utilizing the progressive nature of JPEG2000, the interactive capabilities of its associated JPIP streaming, and the on-the-fly mosaicing capability of the MIRAGE ground screener client application, ground-based users can interactively access large volumes of geo-referenced imagery from an airborne image collector. The system, called QUICKFIRE, is a recently developed prototype demonstrator. We present preliminary results from this effort.
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S. Danny Rajan, Christopher Kavanagh, James Kasner, and Paul Maenner "QUICKFIRE: a JPEG 2000/JPIP-enabled ISR screener application", Proc. SPIE 5787, Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (ISR) Systems and Applications II, (10 May 2005);


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