Adaptive Polynomial Coding of Multi-base Hybrid Compression

AL-KHAFAJI, GK, RASHEED, MH, SIDDEQ, M and RODRIGUES, Marcos (2023). Adaptive Polynomial Coding of Multi-base Hybrid Compression. International Journal of Engineering, Transactions B : Applications, 36 (2), 236-252.

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With increasing demand for the intensive use of images, especially linked to online applications as well as the massive, continuous revolution of mobile phone technology, the need has emerged for efficient, standard image compression techniques that ensure simplicity and speed. These must be compatible with user needs, but also meet the challenges of improving compression techniques. Polynomial coding is one such techniques still under development, based on a modelling concept of deterministic and probabilistic coding bases. This paper introduces a new mathematical iterative polynomial model to represent both coding bases. The model proposes an efficient hybrid way where coefficients are represented as lossless while residuals are presented as a lossy but with minimum loss, which ensures effective performance in terms of compression ratios and quality. Results show that while the technique has some limitations, the proposed system achieves equivalent compression ratios as the standard JPEG technique, but with superior quality for the same compression ratio.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: Software Engineering; 0801 Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing; 0803 Computer Software
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Page Range: 236-252
SWORD Depositor: Symplectic Elements
Depositing User: Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited: 04 Jan 2023 10:14
Last Modified: 12 Oct 2023 08:17

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