Bitplanes Block Based Exact Image Compression

International Journal of Engineering and Information Systems (IJEAIS) 2 (10):18-26 (2018)
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Abstract

Abstract: In this paper, an exact image compression based on bit-planes blocking is proposed. The proposed algorithm uses two bit codes for block representation. The codes represent the states of Unicode block and non-Unicode. The algorithm considers further division to non-Unicode block. The block division continues until the smallest block size which are kept as residuals. The smallest block size in the study is two by two. The main process of encoding consumed three codes. Subsequent process uses the fourth code for further compression. The resultant file is subject to further exact compression. The compression technique considered in this study is Huffman. The compression-decompression implementation complexity is comparable with the well-known methods. Also, the compression ratio for the algorithm is comparable with well-known methods. The algorithm parallelization is straightforward and dependent on number of planes. Within a plane, the process hardware realization is simple and does on require special hardware.

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