Visual Progressive Coding


The embedded coder has an attractive feature that the coding bitstream can be truncated later at any point and still decoded a perceptible image. It is common in conventional coding to improve the subjective quality of the coded image through adjusting the quantization step size inversely proportional to a set of visual weights. However, such scheme will… (More)


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@inproceedings{Li1998VisualPC, title={Visual Progressive Coding}, author={Jin Li}, year={1998} }