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The sequential context modeling framework is generalized to a non-sequential one by context relaxation from consecutive suffix of the subsequences of symbols to the permutation of the preceding symbols as result of considering complex context structures in such sources as video and program binaries. Context weighting tree is also extended to a series of(More)
BACKGROUND The increasing availability of genome data motivates massive research studies in personalized treatment and precision medicine. Public cloud services provide a flexible way to mitigate the storage and computation burden in conducting genome-wide association studies (GWAS). However, data privacy has been widely concerned when sharing the sensitive(More)
MOTIVATION Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) have been widely used in discovering the association between genotypes and phenotypes. Human genome data contain valuable but highly sensitive information. Unprotected disclosure of such information might put individual's privacy at risk. It is important to protect human genome data. Exact logistic(More)
In this paper, we develop a novel genome compression framework based on distributed source coding (DSC)[3], which is specially tailored to the need of miniaturized devices. At the encoder side, subsequences with adaptive code length can be compressed flexibly through either low complexity DSC based syndrome coding or hash coding with the decision determined(More)
Previous reference-based compression on DNA sequences do not fully exploit the intrinsic statistics by merely concerning the approximate matches. In this paper, an adaptive difference distribution-based coding framework is proposed by the fragments of nucleotides with a hierarchical tree structure. To keep the distribution of difference sequence from the(More)
LS-based adaptation cannot fully exploit high-dimensional correlations in image signals, as linear prediction model in the input space of supports is undesirable to capture higher order statistics. This paper proposes Gaussian process regression for prediction in lossless image coding. Incorporating kernel functions, the prediction support is projected into(More)
Inherent statistical correlation for context-based prediction and structural interdependencies for local coherence is not fully exploited in existing lossless image coding schemes. This paper proposes a novel prediction model where the optimal correlated prediction for a set of pixels is obtained in the sense of the least code length. It not only exploits(More)
To enable learning-based video coding for transmission over heterogenous networks, this paper proposes a scalable video coding framework by progressive dictionary learning. With the hierarchical B-picture prediction structure, the inter-predicted frames would be reconstructed in terms of the spatio-temporal dictionary in a successive sense. Within the(More)