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- Acharya T.

Acharya T. - John Wiley & Sons, 2000. - 292 p.
ISBN 0-471-48422-9
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EBCOT, 157, 164, 177
main header, 214, 216
markers, 216
Part 1, 145
Part 2, 253
PCRD, 156
INDEX 271
rate control, 156 Tier-1 coding, 157, 164 Tier-2 coding, 158, 195 tile-part header, 214, 218 JPM, 144, 265 JPX, 261
Laurent polynomial, 92 layer, 197
lazy wavelet transform, 96 Lempel, 19 lifting algorithm, 99 lifting factorization, 98 lossless compression, 10 lossy compression, 10 LZ77, 19, 44 LZ78, 19, 46 LZW, 19, 49
marker segments, 216 markers, 216
Mathematical Theory of Communication, 5 metadata, 261 MJ2, 144, 261 model, 6 modeling, 5 mother wavelet, 79 Motion JPEG2000, 261 hint track, 262 movie, 262 sample, 262 track, 262 MP3, 19 MPEG-21, 18 MPEG-7, 18 MQ-coder, 44, 158, 185 MQ-coder architecture, 242 control circuit, 244 Q-table, 242 registers, 243 update logic, 242 MRC, 265 MRC model, 144 MSE, 156
multicomponent transform, 146, 258 ICT, 147 RCT, 146 multimedia, 1, 3, 17 multiresolution analysis, 83 multiresolution decomposition, 80
noiseless source coding theorem, 6, 7
nonlinear transform, 259
packet, 197 packet header, 201 polyphase, 94
polyphase matrix, 95 polyphase representation, 94 precinct, 197
preferred neighborhood, 167 progression order, 200 pyramid algorithm, 80, 85
Q-coder, 39 QM-coder, 39
conditional exchange, 42 interval inversion, 41 LPS, 40 MPS, 40
renormalization, 41 quad tree, 196 quality, 2, 3 MOS, 14
objective quality metrics, 14 PSNR, 14, 139 SNR, 14
subjective quality metrics, 14 quantization, 12, 148, 152 dead-zone, 152
trellis-coded quantization, 254 variable scalar quantization, 254
redundancy, 2, 5, 11 region of interest, 153 MAXSHIFT, 155 ROI, 140, 153, 261
272 INDEX
resolution, 197 run-length coding, 24, 163
scan pattern, 166
vertical causal mode, 166 single sample overlap SSO, 257 source coding, 23
arithmetic coding, 30 binary arithmetic coding, 34 Huffman coding, 24 run-length coding, 24 Ziv-Lempel coding, 44 sRGB, 264 storage, 2
Tag Tree, 196
Tag Tree coding, 158, 196
TCQ, 254
text, 1
text compression, 19 tiling, 145 Trellis Coding, 254
trellis-coded quantization, 254
uniquely decodable, 7
variable-length codes, 8, 9, 203 video, 1
visual masking, 255 VLSI architecture, 107
2M architecture, 129 4M architecture, 130 DWT, 110
EBCOT (see EBCOT architecture), 227 enhance pipeline, 120 flipping, 121 folding, 120, 126 IDWT, 112
lifting-based DWT, 118 MQ-coder (see MQ-coder architecture), 242 pipeline, 119 recursive, 124
semi-systolic algorithm, 110
wavelet, 79
dilations, 80 dual lifting, 96, 99 lifting, 91
mother wavelet, 80 primal lifting, 96, 99 translations, 80 wavelet transform, 81 WSS, 152, 257
z-transform, 92 zig-zag ordering, 69 Ziv, 19
Ziv-Lempel coding, 44
About the Authors
Dr. Tinku Acharya is currently Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Science Officer of Avisere Inc., Tucson, Arizona. He is also Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona since 1997. He received his B.Sc. (Honors) in Physics and his B.Tech and M.Tech in Computer Science from the University of Calcutta, India in 1984,1987, and 1989, respectively. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida, Orlando, in 1994.
Dr. Acharya served in Intel Corporation from June 1996 to June 2002, where he led several R&D teams in numerous projects toward development of algorithms and architectures in image and video processing, multimedia computing, PC-based digital camera, high-performance reprographics architecture for color photocopiers, biometrics, multimedia architecture for 3G cellular mobile telephony, analysis of next-generation microprocessor architecture, etc. Before joining Intel Corporation, he was a consulting engineer at AT&T Bell Laboratories (1995-1996) in New Jersey, a research faculty member at the Institute of Systems Research, University of Maryland at College Park (19941995), and held visiting faculty positions at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur (on several occasions during 1998-2003). He also served as Systems Analyst in National Informatics Center, Planning Commission, Government of India (1988-1990). He held many other positions in industry and research laboratories. He collaborated in research and development with Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in Xerox Corporation, Eastman Kodak Corporation, and many other institutions and research laboratories worldwide.
274 ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Dr. Acharya is an inventor of 74 U.S. patents and 14 European patents in the areas of electronic imaging, data compression, multimedia computing, biometrics, and their VLSI architectures and algorithms, and more than 50 patents are currently pending in the U.S. Patent Office. He contributed to over 60 refereed technical papers published in international journals, conferences, and books. He is a co-author of the book Data Mining: Multimedia, Soft Computing and Bioinformatics published by John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, New Jersey, 2003. He also co-edited the book Information Technology: Principles and Applications, published by Prentice-Hall India, New Delhi, 2004. His pioneering works won him international acclamation. He has been awarded the Most Prolific Inventor in Intel Corporation Worldwide in 1999 and Most Prolific Inventor in Intel Corporation Arizona site for five consecutive years (1997-2001). His contribution in generation of intellectual properties in the state of Arizona has been specially mentioned in the Business Journal of Phoenix, Arizona in its January 2002 issue.
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