Friday, October 26, 2007

Advanced Image Coding

Advanced Image Coding (AIC) is an experimental still image compression system that combines algorithms from the H.264 and JPEG standards. More specifically,it combines intra frame block prediction from H.264 with a JPEG-style discretecosine transform, followed by context adaptive binary arithmetic coding as usedin H.264. The result is a compression scheme that performs much better than JPEGand close to JPEG-2000.

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