Milan R. Dincic

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This paper has two achievements. The first aim of this paper is optimization of the lossy compression coder realized as companding quantizer with optimal compression law. This optimization is achieved by optimizing maximal amplitude for that optimal companding quantizer for Laplacian source. Approximate expression in closed form for optimal maximal(More)
In this paper a new model for compression of Laplacian source is given. This model consists of hybrid quantizer whose output levels are coded with Golomb-Rice code. Hybrid quantizer is combination of uniform and nonuniform quantizer, and it can be considered as generalized quantizer, whose special cases are uniform and nonuniform quantizers. We propose new(More)
In this paper a new two-dimensional vector quantizer for memoryless Gaussian source, realized in polar coordinates, is proposed. The G.711 codec is embedded in our vector quantizer, and therefore our vector quantizer is compatible with the G.711 codec. It is simple for realization and it has much better performances, compared to the G.711 codec, such as(More)
In this paper new semilogarithmic quantizer for Laplacian distribution is presented. It is simpler than classic A-law semilogarithmic quantizer since it has unit gain around zero. Also, it gives for 2.97 dB higher signal-to-quantization noise-ratio (SQNR) for referent variance in relation to A-law, and therefore it is more suitable for adaptation. Forward(More)
In this paper, a piecewise uniform quantizer for input samples with discrete amplitudes for Laplacian source is designed and analyzed, and its forward adaptation is done. This type of quantizers is very often used in practice for the purpose of compression and coding of already quantized signals. It is shown that the design and the adaptation of quantizers(More)
This paper deals with the designing of the forward adaptive μ-law companding quantizer whose levels are coded with the Golomb-Rice code. The designing is performed for measurement signals with the Gaussian distribution and applied for the speech signal. The model satisfies the G. 712 standard and achieves the decreasing of the bit-rate for 1.34 bps (bits(More)