Wavelet-based color image compression: exploiting the contrast sensitivity function

@article{Nadenau2003WaveletbasedCI,
  title={Wavelet-based color image compression: exploiting the contrast sensitivity function},
  author={Marcus J. Nadenau and Julien Reichel and Murat Kunt},
  journal={IEEE transactions on image processing : a publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society},
  year={2003},
  volume={12 1},
  pages={58-70}
}
The visual efficiency of an image compression technique depends directly on the amount of visually significant information it retains. By "visually significant" we mean information to which a human observer is most sensitive. The overall sensitivity depends on aspects such as contrast, color, spatial frequency, and so forth. One important aspect is the inverse relationship between contrast sensitivity and spatial frequency. This is described by the contrast sensitivity function (CSF). In… CONTINUE READING
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