Is the CCSDS rice coding suitable for GPU massively parallel implementation?

@inproceedings{Wu2011IsTC,
  title={Is the CCSDS rice coding suitable for GPU massively parallel implementation?},
  author={Xianyun Wu and Yunsong Li and Chengke Wu and Bormin Huang},
  booktitle={Remote Sensing},
  year={2011}
}
The Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems (CCSDS) Rice Coding is a recommendation for lossless compression of satellite data. It was also integrated with HDF (Hierarchical Data Format) software for lossless compression of scientific data, and was proposed for lossless compression of medical images. The CCSDS Rice coding is an approximate adaptive entropy coder. It uses a subset of the family of Golomb codes to produce a simpler, suboptimal prefix code. The default preprocessor is a… CONTINUE READING

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