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|Title:||Regularized restoration of VQ compressed images with constrained least squares approach|
|Authors:||Choy, Steven S. O.|
Yue, C. N.
Least squares approximations
Signal to noise ratio
|Source:||ISCAS '97 : proceedings of 1997 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems : circuits and systems in the information age : June 9-12, 1997, Hong Kong, p. 1257-1260.|
|Abstract:||In this paper, an iterative algorithm is proposed to restore VQ-encoded images. This algorithm incorporates adaptivity into simple CLS restoration algorithm by weighting every pixel according to its expected derivation from the original. This algorithm is fully compatible with any VQ codec to improve codec's coding performance. Computer simulations showed that the proposed scheme was superior to other conventional schemes in terms of SNR improvement. Besides, the image quality could also be improved subjectively by reducing the blocking effect.|
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