Real-time wavelet transform for infinite image strips

  title={Real-time wavelet transform for infinite image strips},
  author={David Barina},
  journal={Journal of Real-Time Image Processing},
  • David Barina
  • Published 2020
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of Real-Time Image Processing
This article presents a single-loop approach to a 2-D discrete wavelet transform that allows processing infinitely high-image strip-maps. The paper gradually compares several computational strategies to finally show how to deal with a multi-scale wavelet transform of infinite image streams. Besides, the transform is followed by a bit-plane encoder which also processes data in a single loop. The whole machinery is part of a CCSDS 122.0 image codec which manages to process a single pixel in about… Expand

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