Forward Error Correction applied to JPEG-XS codestreams

@article{Legrand2022ForwardEC,
  title={Forward Error Correction applied to JPEG-XS codestreams},
  author={Antoine Legrand and Benoit M. Macq and Christophe De Vleeschouwer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2207.04825}
}
JPEG-XS offers low complexity image compression for applications with constrained but reasonable bit-rate, and low latency. Our paper explores the deployment of JPEG-XS on lossy packet networks. To preserve low latency, Forward Error Correction (FEC) is envi-sioned as the protection mechanism of interest. Although the JPEG-XS codestream is not scalable in essence, we observe that the loss of a codestream fraction impacts the decoded image quality differently, depending on whether this… 

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