Opponent Color, Human Vision and Wavelets for Image Compression

@inproceedings{Nadenau1999OpponentCH,
  title={Opponent Color, Human Vision and Wavelets for Image Compression},
  author={Marcus J. Nadenau and Julien Reichel},
  booktitle={Color Imaging Conference},
  year={1999}
}
Modern image compression codecs produce embedded bitstreams with optimal rate-distortion properties. For natural imagery the distortion measure should by extended by a model of human color vision. The choice of the color space becomes here crucial since it has to be optimal in terms of compressibility and in terms of its visual distortion prediction properties. For three alternative color spaces, incorporated into a wavelet-codec (JPEG 2000), the quality-equivalent compression ratios are… CONTINUE READING
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