4 edition of **Wavelet-pyramid image coding using vector quantization** found in the catalog.

Wavelet-pyramid image coding using vector quantization

Masoud Sajadieh

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Published
**1992**
by National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada in Ottawa
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Series | Canadian theses = Thèses canadiennes |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 2 microfiches : negative. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14730565M |

ISBN 10 | 031574393X |

OCLC/WorldCa | 30072608 |

Abstract—In this paper, image compression using hybrid vector quantization scheme such as Multistage Vector Quantization (MSVQ) and Pyramid Vector Quantization (PVQ) are introduced. A combined MSVQ and PVQ are utilized to take advantages provided by both of them. In the wavelet decomposition of the image, most of. This new adaptive vector quantization uses a neural networks-based clustering technique for efficient quantization of the wavelet-decomposed subimages, yielding minimal distortion in the reconstructed images undergoing high compression. Results of compression up to ∶1 are shown for bit color and 8-bit monochrome medical images.

N. Nasrabadi and R. King, "Image coding using vector quantization: a review," IEEE Trans. Comm., Aug. P. Swaszek, Quantization, book of reprinted papers, vol. 29 in the series Benchmark, Papers in EE and CS. Rate-distortion theory Books R. Gray, Source Coding Theory T. Berger, Rate Distortion Theory: A Mathematical Basis for Data Compression. Product quantization (PQ) vs. Additive quantization (AQ) in the case of M=4 codebooks of size K=4. Both cod-ing methods encode the input vector with M numbers between 1 and K. In the case of PQ, this code corresponds to the concate-nation of M codewords of length D=M. In the case of AQ, this code corresponds to the sum of M codewords of length.

The code book is also sent over the wire so each 8-bit code can be translated back to a bit pixel value representation. If the image of interest was of an ocean, we would expect many bit blues to be represented by 8-bit codes. If it was an image of a human face, more flesh-tone colors would be represented in the code book. J. Makhoul, S. Roucos and H. Gish, "Vector quantization in speech coding," IEEE Proceedings, Nov. N. Gilchrist and Christer Grewin, Collected Papers on Digital Audio Bit-Rate Reduction. Image and Video Coding Books M. Barnsley, Fractal Image Compression V. Bhaskaran and K. Konstantinides, Image and Video Compression Standards.

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Vector quantization (VQ) is a block-based spatial-domain method that has become very popular since the early s. In VQ, the input image data Wavelet-pyramid image coding using vector quantization book first decomposed into k-dimensional input input vectors can be generated in a number of different ways; they can refer to the pel values themselves or to some appropriate transformation of them.

Vector quantization is a lossy compression technique used in speech and image coding. In scalar quantization, a scalar value is selected from a finite list of possible values to represent a sample. In vector quantization, a vector is selected from a finite list of possible vectors to represent an input vector of samples.

The key operation in a. Image coding using vector quantization: a review Abstract: A review of vector quantization techniques used for encoding digital images is presented.

First, the concept of vector quantization is introduced, then its application to digital images is by: The coding method is based on the known scheme proposed by Chen and Smith () which sorts the picture blocks into classes according to the level of image activity.

The coding scheme is modified to allow for vector quantization of the ac coefficients, in particular a pyramid vector quantizer (PVQ) is used. This is based on the statistical and. Or maybe in any image belonging to a specific class of images. The distance of the vector to be quantized to all the vectors in the codebook is found.

Using for example where you create distance metric and the one vector in the code book that is closest to the vector to be quantized is used as the reconstruction value of the vector.

The usage of video codecs based on vector quantization has declined significantly in favor of those based on motion compensated prediction combined with transform coding, e.g. those defined in MPEG standards, as the low decoding complexity of vector quantization has become less relevant.

This paper presents an overview of wavelet-based image coding. We develop the basics of image coding with a discussion of vector quantization.

We motivate the use of transform coding in practical settings, and describe the properties of various decorrelating transforms. We motivate the use of the wavelet transform in coding using rate-distortion considerations as well [ ]. So, the code book contains former vector and assigns index to it.

The image uses indices to express whole image. Finally, the image is compressed based on the code book. Therefore, Vector Quantization chooses best N vector to express an image. The less the N is, the higher compression rate the image achieves. I used K-Means Clustering to choose.

In this paper, we present two algorithms for intra-and inter-frame image coding via vector quantization (VQ): (1) The intraframe image coding using Wavelet VQ (WVQ): in this case, we carried out several experimental results on the base of a combination between the Wavelet pyramid coding and VQ.

cients, on the asymptotic coding gain that can be achieved using vector quantization in the subimages, and on the optimal allocation across the subimages. Experimental re- sults are given in Section IV for images taken within and outside of the training set.

WAVELETS A. A Short Review of Wavelet Analysis tion + by dilations and translations. Adaptive Coding using Finite State Hierarchical Table Lookup Vector Quantization with Variable Block Sizes Sanjeev Mehrotra, Navin Chaddha, and R.M.

Gray Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, CA Tel: () Fax: () Email: [email protected] Abstract In this paper we present an. Introduces a new image coding scheme using lattice vector quantization. The proposed method involves two steps: biorthogonal wavelet transform of the image, and lattice vector quantization of.

Block coding using adaptive methods This paper therefore proposes a novel method which employs principal components analysis and vector quantization jointly to reduce the size of HRTF set in. Image coding is finding increased application in teleconferencing, archiving, and remote sensing. This thesis investigates the potential of Vector Quantization (VQ), a relatively new source coding technique, for compression of monochromatic and color images.

Extensions of the Vector Quantization technique to the Address Vector Quantization method have been investigated. - Vector Quantization fl Vector Quantization (VQ) has been applied to image compression, either by coding of the image itself or by some transformation of it.

In VQ, a group of pixels, called a vector, is approximated by another one taken from a table of admissible vectors, the codebook, and. The use of a structured multi-rate code book solves two problems that normally arise in vector quantization of subbands.

The multiple rate code book can operate over a wide range of rates thus dispensing with the need to transmit the code book as overhead while the tree structure reduces the search complexity.

IMAGE COMPRESSION USING LBG ALGORITHM I am in need of vector quantization code to quantize my texture features into texture if u know the coding please help me.

ok i get it, for study of this lbg algo, any specific book, wherer i can get, psnr, error,find wight details. dipak. 10 Feb A recently introduced tree growth algorithm the Marginal Returns (MR) algorithm is used to grow multiple rate tree structured vector quantizers for the pyramid coding of hexagonally sampled images.

The use of a structured multi-rate code book solves two problems that normally arise in vector quantization of subbands. The multiple rate code book can operate over a wide range of rates thus. As this methodology takes multiple stages discrete wavelet transform of code words and uses them in both search and design processes for the image compression using vector quantization.

There is no single algorithm or methodology that satisfies all the requirements that use the vector quantization for image compression as every algorithm has.

Digital image coding using vector quantization [VQ] based techniques provides low-bit rates and high quality coded images, at the expenses of intensive computational demands.

The computational requirement which is due to the encoding search process had hindered application of VQ to real-time and high quality coding of color images. Shigang, W., Hexin, C.: Multistage vector quantization based on simulated annealing for image coding. In: IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Processing Systems, ICIPSpp.

– () Google Scholar.values using three different types of databases, namely, CLEF medCorel 1 k and standard images (Lena, Barbara etc.). Experiments are conducted for different codebook sizes and .approximated by a smaller set of images drawn from a fixed code book.

The number of bits needed to specify the original code block is replaced by the typically smaller number of bits needed to specify its corresponding code. The image compression using vector quantization (VQ) techniques has.