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JPEG2000 Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice : Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice - David Taubman

JPEG2000 Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice

Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice

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JPEG2000: Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice is an essential reference for professional engineers and academic researchers in the fields of communication, image processing, signal processing, information theory, and multimedia. It has specific applications for those involved in the development of software and hardware solutions for multimedia, internet, and medical imaging applications, and for those pursuing research in image and video compression.
The book is suitable as a primary text for a course in image compression; it would also be helpful in the context of a more general class covering multimedia compression at an in-depth level. Final year engineering undergraduate students pursuing projects in multimedia compression and/or communication would also find the book a useful tool.
JPEG2000: Image Compression Fundamentals, Standards and Practice is written in four parts, to serve the interests of a wide readership.
Representing about half the total text, Part I of the book provides a thorough and up-to-date background in the fundamentals of image compression, including topics not previously brought together in a single volume.
Part 2 contains a complete description of the JPEG2000 standard. This description is written in such a way as to be completely self-contained from an implementation perspective, while it contains numerous references to the fundamental developments in Part 1. Together, Parts 1 and 2 serve the complementary roles of explanation and exposition in relation to both the JPEG2000 standard and modern image compression techniques.
Part 3 of the book is devoted to the implementation and exploitation of the JPEG2000 standard, containing guidelines, suggestions, and analyses for both software and hardware oriented applications.
Part 4 describes other key image compression standards, namely JPEG and JPEG-LS. The purpose of this material is to allow the reader to compare the capabilities and complexity associated with these standards with those of JPEG2000. This final part of the book also serves to provide a practical demonstration of some of the fundamental techniques introduced in Part 1 which are not demonstrated by the JPEG2000 standard.
About the CD-ROM: Included with the book is a compact disc containing documentation, binaries, and all source code to the Kakadu software tools. This software provides a complete C++ implementation of JPEG2000 Part 1, demonstrating many of the principles described in the text itself. The software is frequently referenced from the text as an additional resource for understanding complex or subtle aspects of the standard. Conversely, the software makes frequent reference to the text and has been written to mesh with the terminology and notation employed therein.

From the Reviews: `JPEG2000 is more than an image compression standard, it is a whole new way to represent and interact with digital imagery. The standard provides the quality and flexibility required for modern imaging applications. No other authors have a more comprehensive and intuitive knowledge of JPEG2000 than Drs. Taubman and Marcellin.' Martin Boliek, Editor, JPEG2000 Parts 1 and 2 `...the authors have produced a comprehensive book that covers a broad range of technologies and issues around wavelet compression. This book is a substantial contribution that fills the void between theory and the practice of JPEG2000. Although at times it's a bit too complex for the novice, this book should be considered as a mandatory companion to the JPEG2000 standard document for any serious practitioner of the standard.' Journal of Electronic Imaging, April (2002):11(2)

Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xxi
Fundamental Concepts
Image Compression Overviewp. 3
Elementary Conceptsp. 3
Exploiting Redundancyp. 9
Elements of a Compression Systemp. 13
Alternative Structuresp. 17
Entropy and Coding Techniquesp. 23
Information and Entropyp. 23
Variable Length Codesp. 43
Arithmetic Codingp. 56
Image Coding Toolsp. 77
Further Readingp. 85
Quantizationp. 87
Rate-Distortion Theoryp. 87
Scalar Quantizationp. 97
Differential Pulse Code Modulationp. 113
Vector Quantizationp. 115
Trellis Coded Quantizationp. 128
Further Readingp. 142
Image Transformsp. 143
Linear Block Transformsp. 143
Subband Transformsp. 160
Transforms for Compressionp. 182
Rate Control Techniquesp. 209
More Intuitionp. 210
Optimal Rate Allocationp. 212
Quantization Issuesp. 215
Refinement of the Theoryp. 217
Adaptive Rate Allocationp. 227
Filter Banks and Waveletsp. 231
Classic Filter Bank Resultsp. 231
Wavelet Transformsp. 247
Construction of Waveletsp. 262
Lifting and Reversibilityp. 281
Boundary Handlingp. 295
Further Readingp. 301
Zero-Tree Codingp. 303
Genealogy of Subband Coefficientsp. 304
Significance of Subband Coefficientsp. 305
EZWp. 306
Spihtp. 313
Performance of Zero-Tree Compressionp. 321
Quantifying the Parent-Child Coding Gainp. 323
Highly Scalable Compressionp. 327
Embedding and Scalabilityp. 327
Optimal Truncationp. 339
Embedded Block Codingp. 348
Abstract Quality Layersp. 379
Experimental Comparisonp. 389
The JPEG2000 Standard
Introduction to JPEG2000p. 399
Historical Perspectivep. 399
The JPEG2000 Feature Setp. 409
Sample Data Transformationsp. 417
Architectural Overviewp. 417
Colour Transformsp. 420
Wavelet Transform Basicsp. 423
Wavelet Transformsp. 433
Quantization and Rangingp. 436
ROI Adjustmentsp. 442
Sample Data Partitionsp. 449
Components on the Canvasp. 450
Tiles on the Canvasp. 451
Code-Blocks and Precinctsp. 458
Spatial Manipulationsp. 464
Sample Data Codingp. 473
The MQ Coderp. 473
Embedded Block Codingp. 484
MQ Codeword Terminationp. 495
Mode Variationsp. 502
Packet Constructionp. 513
Code-Stream Syntaxp. 523
Code-Stream Organizationp. 523
Headersp. 533
Markers and Marker Segmentsp. 539
File Formatp. 573
File Format Organizationp. 574
JP2 Boxesp. 576
Discussionp. 594
Part 2 Extensionsp. 597
Variable Level Offsetp. 598
Non-Linear Point Transformp. 599
Variable Quantization Deadzonesp. 599
Trellis Coded Quantizationp. 600
Visual Maskingp. 601
Wavelet Transform Extensionsp. 603
Multi-component Processingp. 614
Region of Interest Codingp. 620
File Formatp. 620
Working with JPEG2000
Performance Guidelinesp. 625
Visual Optimizationsp. 625
Region of Interest Encodingp. 637
Bi-Level Imageryp. 641
Implementation Considerationsp. 645
Block Coding: Softwarep. 645
Block Coding: Hardwarep. 653
DWT Numericsp. 666
DWT Structuresp. 675
System Considerationsp. 690
Available Hardwarep. 695
Compliancep. 697
A System of Guaranteesp. 698
Code-Stream Profilesp. 699
Decompressor Guaranteesp. 702
Other Standards
JPEGp. 719
Overviewp. 719
Baseline JPEGp. 719
Scalability in JPEGp. 730
JPEG-LSp. 737
Overviewp. 737
Normal Mode Codingp. 741
Run Mode Codingp. 748
Typical Performancep. 751
Referencesp. 755
Indexp. 765
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ISBN: 9780792375197
ISBN-10: 079237519X
Series: Kluwer International Series in Engineering & Computer Science
Audience: Professional
Format: Book with Other Items
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 777
Published: 30th November 2001
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.98 x 15.95  x 4.12
Weight (kg): 1.25