1 January 1996 Compression of personal identification pictures using vector quantization with facial feature correction
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This paper describes a feature-correction two-stage vector quantization (FC2VQ) algorithm for the compression of photo ID pictures. The FC2VQ method treats different regions in a facial image differently. A region of facial features (ROFF), containing the eyes and the mouth, is detected and rendered more accurately than the rest of the image. The technique can compress a 128x 128x 8-bit (16,384 bytes total) ID image to an average size of 350 bytes. The quality of the compressed images is far superior to that obtained by other methods, including the JPEG standard, at similar compression ratios.
Jian-Hong Hu, Jian-Hong Hu, Ru-Shang Wang, Ru-Shang Wang, Yao Wang, Yao Wang, } "Compression of personal identification pictures using vector quantization with facial feature correction," Optical Engineering 35(1), (1 January 1996). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.600878 . Submission:
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