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Handbook of Image and Video Processing, 2nd Edition by Alan C. Bovik

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5.1

Lossless Coding

Lina J. Karam,     Arizona State University

1 Introduction

2 Basics of Lossless Image Coding

3 Lossless Symbol Coding

3.1 Basic Concepts from Information Theory

3.2 Context-based Entropy Coding

3.3 Huffman Coding

3.4 Arithmetic Coding

3.5 Lempel-Ziv Coding

4 Lossless Coding Standards

4.1 The JBIG and JBIG2 Standards

4.2 The Lossless JPEG Standard

4.3 The JPEG2000 Standard

5 Other Developments in Lossless Coding

5.1 CALIC

5.2 Perceptually Lossless Image Coding

References

1 Introduction

The goal of lossless image compression is to represent an image signal with the smallest possible number of bits without loss of any information, thereby speeding up transmission and minimizing storage requirements. The number of ...

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