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Upscaling method in space domain for ROI in JPEG2000
Author(s): Guixi Liu; Wenjin Chen
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Paper Abstract

The embedded multi-resolution coding in JPEG2000 make the ROI(Region Of Interesting) coding very successful. But it is processed in the wavelet domain, resulting in having to decompose some mature JPEG2000 baseline system coder and decoder to implement the ROI function. So a low computational complexity upscaling method in space domain, deduced from the relation of the original image and the image after wavelet transform, is proposed in this paper without modifying the baseline system. By the method, we should right shift the data outside the region of interesting, then use the normal JPEG2000 system to encode and decode the image, and subsequently we can get the image by left shift that data in the space domain after decoding. The method can get high performance quality in ROI in very low bit rate. And it has low computational complexity, needn't deduce the ROI mask in the wavelet domain. As Maxshift method in the wavelet domain, the Maxshift in space domain can be deduced and it decodes the compressed image without ROI mask. That is the ROI mask transmission is not need. The cost of the simpleness is that it will produce distinct tiring edge around the ROI. The method can implement the ROI function through simple extends with the JPEG2000 baseline hardware without the ROI function and it is significative in practice.

Paper Details

Date Published: 8 February 2005
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 5637, Electronic Imaging and Multimedia Technology IV, (8 February 2005); doi: 10.1117/12.572868
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Guixi Liu, Xidian Univ. (China)
Wenjin Chen, Xidian Univ. (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5637:
Electronic Imaging and Multimedia Technology IV
Chung-Sheng Li; Minerva M. Yeung, Editor(s)

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