Gabei For information, the uncompressed bit RGB bitmap image below 73, pixels would requirebytes excluding all other information headers. This results in less efficient compression, and compreswion not likely be used when file size is especially important. Ten to one compression usually results in an image that cannot be distinguished by eye from the original. From tonew research emerged on ways to further compress the data contained in JPEG images without modifying the imafe image. Rotating such an image causes the blocks to be recomputed which results in loss of quality. As of October 27,the U.
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Netravali, B. Haskell, "Digital Pictures - Representation and Compression", 2nd edit. Comprehensive standard book covering television standards and digital image compression. Has been augmented compared to the 1st edition from , particularly to discuss the more recent standards, the greater part of the book, however, reflects the state-of-the-art of the mids.
Nevertheless, a must-have for image system engineers. Pennebaker, J. THE source to read about JPEG, but also a nice presentation of basic material you need to understand the rationale behind it. Mitchell, W. Pennebaker, C. Fogg, D. Discusses MPEG-2 in detail, and some of the source coding principles, but those rather briefly. A book for practicioners. Haskell, A. Puri, A. Bhaskaran, K. Emphasizes the foundations of the standards, rather than details. Predictive coding, transform coding, motion estimation and compensation, entropy coding.
Very readable and sound book that is popular as a text book for image processing classes. A lot of image processing material beyond compression.
Gersho and R. Principles and algorithms for digital source coding, with applications to images, speech, and audio. The most comprehensive and substantial source coding reference, but very readable nevertheless. Jayant and P. In-depth coverage of algorithms for digital source coding, with emphasis on principles.
Specific applications mostly to speech, but also to image. Scalar quantization, predictive coding, subband coding, transform coding. Girod, F. Hartung, and U. Horn, "Subband Image Coding", in A. Akansu, M. Smith eds.
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JPEG still image data compression standard
EE368B - Image and Video Compression