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Compressed Domain Image Retrievals Based On DCT-Processing

@inproceedings{Frolov2006CompressedDI,
  title={Compressed Domain Image Retrievals Based On DCT-Processing},
  author={Alexey I. Frolov and S. Primechaev},
  year={2006}
}
While data compression has made significant contribution to the digital revolution in computer science and telecommunications, efficient image processing algorithms and feature extraction techniques are developed in pixel domain. As a matter of fact, many JPEG compressed image retrieval methods based on DCT coefficients have been elaborated in recent years. Various approaches and systems of image retrieval and matching are investigated in the paper. Particular attention was given to studying… 

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