Visually Lossless JPEG 2000 for Remote Image Browsing
AbstractImage sizes have increased exponentially in recent years. The resulting high-resolution images are often viewed via remote image browsing. Zooming and panning are desirable features in this context, which result in disparate spatial regions of an image being displayed at a variety of (spatial) resolutions. When an image is displayed at a reduced resolution, the quantization step sizes needed for visually lossless quality generally increase. This paper investigates the quantization step sizes needed for visually lossless display as a function of resolution, and proposes a method that effectively incorporates the resulting (multiple) quantization step sizes into a single JPEG 2000 codestream. This codestream is JPEG 2000 Part 1 compliant and allows for visually lossless decoding at all resolutions natively supported by the wavelet transform as well as arbitrary intermediate resolutions, using only a fraction of the full-resolution codestream. When images are browsed remotely using the JPEG 2000 Interactive Protocol (JPIP), the required bandwidth is significantly reduced, as demonstrated by extensive experimental results. View Full-Text
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Oh, H.; Bilgin, A.; Marcellin, M. Visually Lossless JPEG 2000 for Remote Image Browsing. Information 2016, 7, 45.
Oh H, Bilgin A, Marcellin M. Visually Lossless JPEG 2000 for Remote Image Browsing. Information. 2016; 7(3):45.Chicago/Turabian Style
Oh, Han; Bilgin, Ali; Marcellin, Michael. 2016. "Visually Lossless JPEG 2000 for Remote Image Browsing." Information 7, no. 3: 45.
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