A New Lossless Compression Algorithm for Static Color Images - INA
Alternatively, we propose a new universal method based mainly on three sequential processes: first, segmentation of the image in fixed blocks, second, application of a compression algorithm based on the structure of data in form of binary tree and last, coding in order traversal of the binary tree. This method guarantees as minimum a ratio of compression of 1:3.
Finally, we have applied the proposed method to a group of images of different sources and nature (photographic, satellite, medical etc.) and we have compared the experimental results with those given by the universal methods, among which is included JPEG Lossless proposed as an standard.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2002
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