Image Representation with Reduced Spectrum Pyramid

@inproceedings{Kountchev2008ImageRW,
  title={Image Representation with Reduced Spectrum Pyramid},
  author={Roumen Kountchev and Roumiana Kountcheva},
  booktitle={New Directions in Intelligent Interactive Multimedia},
  year={2008}
}
  • Roumen Kountchev, Roumiana Kountcheva
  • Published in
    New Directions in Intelligent…
    2008
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • The paper presents one new approach for image decomposition based on spectrum pyramid with reduced number of coefficients (lower or equal to the number of the image pixels). The decomposition permits multi-layer image transfer with high compression ratio and good visual quality. The computational complexity of the new decomposition is relatively low. Some results, obtained with the simulation of the presented algorithm and the most important application areas are presented in the paper as well. 

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