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    • PRESENTED BY: PRIYANKA PACHORI SHREYA PIPADA V-SEM, CSE LNCT,BHOPAL National Conference on “Recent Trends on Soft Computing and Computer Network” GUIDED BY: PROF. ARPITA BARONIA PROF. ALEKH DWIVEDI PROF. RATNESH DUBEY
    •  INTRODUCTION  LITERATURE REVIEW  WHY IMAGE COMPRESSION ?  IMAGE COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES  WAVELET BASED IMAGE COMPRESSION  WAVELET TRANSFORM V/S FOURIER TRANSFORM  COMPARISION WITH OTHER METHODS  ADVANTAGES OF USING WAVELET TRANSFORM IN IMAGE COMPRESSION  APPLICATIONS  CONCLUSION
    •  Digital imaging has an enormous impact on scientific and industrial applications. There is always a need for greater emphasis on image storage, transmission and handling. Before storing and transmitting the images, it is required to compress them, because of limited storage capacity and bandwidth.  Wavelets decompose complex information such as music, images, videos and patterns into elementary forms.  compression techniques: lossy and lossless.  Comparison of wavelet transform with JPEG, GIF, and PNG are outlined to emphasize the results of this compression system.
    •  Sonja Grgic , Mislav Grgic , & Branka Zovko-Cihlar : • Compared different image compression techni- rhghghv ques such as GIF,PNG,JPEG and DWT.  Amhamed Saffor, Abdul Rahman Ramli & Kwan-Hoong Ng : • Performed a Comparative Study Of Image Compression. • Compared wavelet with the formal compression standard “Joint Photographic Expert Group” JPEG, using JPEG Wizard.  M. Sifuzzaman1, M.R. Islam1 and M.Z. Ali 2 : • Application of Wavelet Transform and its Advantages. • Comparison of wavelet transform with Fourier Transform.
    •  Rajesh K. Yadav, S.P. Gangwar & Harsh V. Singh : • Study and analysis of wavelet based image compression techniques. • The goals of image compression are to minimize the storage requirement and communication bandwidth.  Sonal and Dinesh Kumar : • Studied various image compression techniques. • Includes various benefits of using image compression techniques.  Dr. Jyoti Sarup, Dr. Jyoti Bharti Arpita Baronia : • There could be a decrease in image quality with compression ratio increase. • Wavelet-based compression provides substantial improvement in picture quality .
    •  Digital Image  Digital Image Processing It refers to processing digital images by means of a digital computer. The digital image is composed of a finite number of elements, each of which has a particular location and values. These elements are referred to as picture elements, image elements and pixels. An image is a two-dimensional function, f(x, y), where x and y are spatial coordinates. When x, y and the amplitude values of f are all finite, discrete quantities, we call the image a digital image.
    •  Digital images usually require a very large number of bits, this causes critical problem for digital image data transmission and storage.  It is the Art & Science of reducing the amount of data required to represent an image.  It is one of the most useful and commercially successful technologies in the field of Digital Image Processing.
    • Image compression techniques Lossless H Huffman coding Run length encoding LZW encoding , etc Lossy Transformation coding Vector coding Fractal coding , etc
    • What are wavelets?  Wavelets are mathematical functions that cut up data into different frequency components, and then study each component with a resolution matched to its scale.  Wavelet transform decomposes a signal into a set of basis functions. These basis functions are called wavelets. What is Discrete wavelet transform?  Discrete wavelet transform (DWT), which transforms a discrete time signal to a discrete wavelet representation.
    •  REDUNDANCY REDUCTION Aims at removing duplication from the signal source (image/video).  IRRELEVANCY REDUCTION Omits the part of signal that will not be noticed by the signal receiver.
    • Source encoder Thresholder Quantizer Entropy encoder Source image Compressed image
    •  Digitize the source image to a signal s, which is a string of numbers.  Decompose the signal into a sequence of wavelet coefficients.  Use Thresholding to modify the wavelet compression from w, to another sequence w’.  Use Quantization to convert w’ to a sequence q.  Apply Entropy coding to compress q into a sequence e.
    •  Wavelet transform of a function is the improved version of Fourier transform.  Fourier transform is a powerful tool for analyzing the components of a stationary signal but it is failed for analyzing the non-stationary signals whereas wavelet transform allows the components of a non-stationary signal to be analyzed.  The main difference is that wavelets are well localized in both time and frequency domain whereas the standard Fourier transform is only localized in frequency domain.  Wavelet transform is a reliable and better technique than that of Fourier transform technique.
    •  Transformation of spatial information into frequency domain.  The transformed image is quantized i.e. when some data samples usually those with insignificant energy levels are discarded.  Entropy coding minimizes the redundancy in the bit stream and is fully invertible at the decoding end.  The inverse transform reconstructs the compressed image in the spatial domain.
    • WAVELET IMAGE COMPRESSION EXPLAINED USING LENNA IMAGE
    •  The advantage of wavelet compression is that, in contrast to JPEG, wavelet algorithm does not divide image into blocks, but analyze the whole image.  Wavelet transform is applied to sub images, so it produces no blocking artifacts.
    •  Wavelets have the great advantage of being able to separate the fine details in a signal.  Very small wavelets can be used to isolate very fine details in a signal, while very large wavelets can identify coarse details.  These characteristic of wavelet compression allows getting best compression ratio, while maintaining the quality of the images.
    • OTHER COMPRESSION METHODS GIF PNG BMP JPEG 2000 JPEG
    • Format Name Compression ratio Description GIF Graphics Interchange Format 4:1-10:1 Lossless for flat color sharp edged art or text JPEG Joint Photographic Experts group 10:1-100:1 Best suited for continuous tone images PNG Portable Network Graphics 10-30% smaller than GIFs Lossless for flat- color, sharp-edged art. DWT Discrete Wavelet Transform 30-300% greater than JPEG, or 600:1 in general High compression ratio, better image quality without much loss.
    •  Fingerprint verification.  Biology for cell membrane recognition, to distinguish the normal from the pathological membranes.  DNA analysis, protein analysis.  Computer graphics ,multimedia and multifractal analysis.
    •  Quality progressive or layer progressive.  Resolution progressive.  Region of interest coding.  Meta information
    •  These image compression techniques are basically classified into Lossy and lossless compression technique.  Image compression using wavelet transforms results in an improved compression ratio as well as image quality.  Wavelet transform is the only method that provides both spatial and frequency domain information. These properties of wavelet transform greatly help in identification and selection of significant and non-significant coefficient amongst wavelet transform.  Wavelet transform techniques currently provide the most promising approach to high-quality image compression, which is essential for many real world applications.
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