Robust image transmission using resynchronizing variable-length codes and error concealment

@article{Hemami2000RobustIT,
  title={Robust image transmission using resynchronizing variable-length codes and error concealment},
  author={Sheila S. Hemami},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
  year={2000},
  volume={18},
  pages={927-939}
}
Resynchronizing variable-length codes (RVLCs) for large alphabets are designed by first creating resynchronizing Huffman codes and then adding an extended synchronizing codeword, and the RVLCs are applied to both JPEG and wavelet-based image compression. The RVLCs demonstrate the desired resynchronization properties, both at a symbol level and structurally so that decoded data can be correctly placed within an image following errors. The encoded images, when subject to both structural and… CONTINUE READING
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