JPEG2000 Quality Scalability Without Quality Layers

@article{Llins2008JPEG2000QS,
  title={JPEG2000 Quality Scalability Without Quality Layers},
  author={Francesc Aul{\'i} Llin{\`a}s and Joan Serra-Sagrist{\`a}},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={18},
  pages={923-936}
}
Quality scalability is a fundamental feature of JPEG2000, achieved through the use of quality layers that are optimally formed in the encoder by rate-distortion optimization techniques. Two points, related with the practical use of quality layers, may need to be addressed when dealing with JPEG2000 code-streams: 1) the lack of quality scalability of code-streams containing a single or few quality layers and 2) the rate-distortion optimality of windows of interest transmission. Addressing these… CONTINUE READING

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