The compression and decompression of continuous-tone images is important in document management and transmission systems. This paper considers an alternative image representation scheme, based on Gaussian derivatives, to the standard discrete cosine transformation (DCT), within a Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) framework. Depending on the computer arithmetic hardware used, the approach developed might yield a compression/decompression technique twice as fast as the DCT and of (essentially) equal quality
- Operating System : Windows XP
- Languages : Java 1.6
- Tools : Net Beans/ Eclipse
- Processor : 600 MHz or above.
- RAM (SD/DDR) : 256 MB
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