Ultra high resolution image coding and ROI viewing using line-based backward coding of wavelet trees (L-BCWT)


Viewing high quality regions of interest (ROI) from compressed bit streams of high resolution images is a desirable but extremely challenging goal. Current image formats used for such viewing commonly use tile based compression and suffer from tile-boundary artifacts. They also have a larger memory requirement because they maintain redundant scaled-down… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/PCS.2009.5167436


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