Architecture, philosophy, and performance of JPIP: internet protocol standard for JPEG2000


JPEG2000 is a family of technologies based on the image compression system defined in IS 15444-1. Presently, the ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee of Photographic Experts (JPEG) is developing an international standard for interactivity with JPEG2000 files, called JPIP; it will become Part 9 of the standard. One of the main goals of JPIP is to exploit the multi-resolution and spatially random access properties of JPEG2000, to permit “smart dissemination” of the data for client-server based applications. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the principles and philosophy of operation underlying the JPIP standard, to outline aspects of the architecture of JPIP systems, and to report on the performance of a prototype implementation.

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@inproceedings{Taubman2003ArchitecturePA, title={Architecture, philosophy, and performance of JPIP: internet protocol standard for JPEG2000}, author={David S. Taubman and Robert Prandolini}, booktitle={VCIP}, year={2003} }