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Image Compression Using Neural Networks

@inproceedings{Masalmah2002ImageCU,
  title={Image Compression Using Neural Networks},
  author={Yahya M. Masalmah and Dr. Jorge Ortiz},
  year={2002}
}
In this project, multilayer neural network will be employed to achieve image compression. The network parameters will be adjusted using different learning rules for comparison purposes. Mainly, the input pixels will be used as target values so that assigned mean square error can be obtained, and then the hidden layer output will be the compressed image. It was noticed that selection between learning algorithms is important as a result of big variations among them with respect to convergence… Expand

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