Adaptive partition and hybrid method in fractal video compression
Wang, Meiqing, Liu, Rong and Lai, Choi-Hong (2006) Adaptive partition and hybrid method in fractal video compression. Computers & Mathematics with Applications, 51 (11). pp. 1715-1726. ISSN 0898-1221 (doi:10.1016/j.camwa.2006.05.009)Full text not available from this repository.
Fractal image compression is a relatively recent image compression method, which is simple to use and often leads to a high compression ratio. These advantages make it suitable for the situation of a single encoding and many decoding, as required in video on demand, archive compression, etc. There are two fundamental fractal compression methods, namely, the cube-based and the frame-based methods, being commonly studied. However, there are advantages and disadvantages in both methods. This paper gives an extension of the fundamental compression methods based on the concept of adaptive partition. Experimental results show that the algorithms based on adaptive partition may obtain a much higher compression ratio compared to algorithms based on fixed partition while maintaining the quality of decompressed images.
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