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The M-term pursuit for image representation and progressive compression

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The M-term pursuit for image representation and progressive compression
This paper introduces a sparse signal representation algorithm in redundant dictionaries, called the M-Term Pursuit (MTP), with an application to image representation and scalable coding. The MTP algorithm belongs to the framework of the matching pursuit (MP) [1]; it expands the image into a linear combination of atoms, selected from a large collection of spatial atoms. The MTP relies on the concept of dictionary partitioning, i.e., as splitting the dictionary into ? disjoint sub-dictionaries, each carrying some specific information. Then, it iteratively finds a ? -term approximation, by selecting ? atoms at a time, where ????? , followed by an orthogonal projection. The approximation performances of the MTP algorithm have been shown to yield comparable results with those of the matching pursuit. However, it presents the advantage of a reduced computational complexity. For progressive image compression, an embedded quantization and coding step is applied on the series of obtained atoms...
Adel Rahmoune, Pierre Vandergheynst, Pascal Frossa
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICIP
Authors Adel Rahmoune, Pierre Vandergheynst, Pascal Frossard
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