1 January 2001 Image coding schemes based on subsampling vector quantization
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Optical Engineering, 40(1), (2001). doi:10.1117/1.1327497
Three variable-rate image-coding schemes are proposed in this paper. The goal of these schemes is to exploit variable-size segmentation of images using subsampling vector quantization. In the schemes, three simple block type classifiers are designed to decide the block activities of the image blocks. If two adjacent blocks are sufficiently similar in block activities, then they are encoded by subsampling vector quantization. Otherwise, the traditional vector quantization scheme is employed to encode each image block independently. According to the experimental results, the new schemes cannot only achieve significant reduction of bit rates, but also provide good subjective image quality. Therefore, the proposed schemes are suitable for the compression of digital images.
YuChen Hu, Chin-Chen Chang, "Image coding schemes based on subsampling vector quantization," Optical Engineering 40(1), (1 January 2001). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1327497

Image compression

Image quality


Image segmentation

Digital imaging

Algorithm development

Image processing

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