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|Title:||A lossless coding scheme for encoding color-indexed video sequences|
Color indexed images
Color indexed sequences
|Source:||2008 IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks and Signal Processing (ICNNSP 08), Zhenjiang, China, June 8-10, 2008, p. 676-681.|
|Abstract:||A new lossless video compression scheme for coding sequences of color-indexed frames is proposed. This scheme handles the frames sequentially. It reduces both the zero-order entropy and the energy of the index map of a specific frame by turning the index map into a new index map each element of which serves as an index to a pixel-dependently reordered version of the palette. Accordingly, a matching coding scheme can be exploited to encode the new index map effectively. A technique similar to the one used in animated GIF is also used to remove the inter-frame redundancy. Simulation results show that the proposed method is superior (in terms of compression ratio) to other state-of-art lossless compression algorithms in coding color-indexed video sequences.|
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