Generalized bitplane-by-bitplane shift method for JPEG2000 ROI coding

@inproceedings{Wang2002GeneralizedBS,
  title={Generalized bitplane-by-bitplane shift method for JPEG2000 ROI coding},
  author={Zhou Wang and Serene Banerjee and Brian L. Evans and Alan C. Bovik},
  booktitle={ICIP},
  year={2002}
}
One interesting feature of the new JPEG2000 image coding standard is support of region of interest (ROI) coding using the maximum shift (Maxshift) method, which allows for arbitrarily shaped ROI image compression without shape coding or explicitly transmitting any shape information to the decoder. The major disadvantage of the Maxshift method is that it cannot adjust the scaling value which determines the degree of relative importance between the ROI and the background wavelet coefficients. The… CONTINUE READING
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