JPEG2000 and Motion JPEG2000 content analysis using codestream length information

  title={JPEG2000 and Motion JPEG2000 content analysis using codestream length information},
  author={Ali Tabesh and Ali Bilgin and Karthik Krishnan and Michael W. Marcellin},
  journal={Data Compression Conference},
The widespread adoption of the JPEG2000 standard calls for the development of computationally efficient algorithms to analyze the content of imagery compressed using this standard. For this purpose, we propose the use of the information content (IC) of wavelet subbands, defined as the number of bytes that JPEG2000 spends to encode the subbands. The IC of subbands can be obtained from the packet headers of the JPEG2000 codestream, thereby avoiding decompressing the arithmetically encoded… CONTINUE READING
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