Coding and Decoding Stereoscopic Film Compression by Multiwavelet Transform

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Alramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R (2017). Coding and Decoding Stereoscopic Film Compression by Multiwavelet Transform. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017 London South Bank University.
AuthorsAlramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R
Abstract

This paper proposes a Multiwavelet Transform Algorithm (MWT) to fully utilize the spectral and spatial correlation in the 3D spectroscopic film [1]. A practical lossy compression concept and corresponding compression ratio and quality requirements are submitted to the multiple bands of the frames to construct the film [2]. The MLWT bands image compression technique depend on the contour and edge feature of the multiple band images in the same district [3]. The removal correlation method of the multiple band images contour features is a coding method for the multiple band images [4]. The MWT analysis is discussed and the fast-algorithmic model is designed. The compression and reconstruction the procedure results are the 16-band images that may obtain a compression ratio over the lossy requirements [5]. This compression method has enhanced the quality of reconstruction frames to the requirement of lossy with the high compression ratio [5]. Consequently, the proposed coding and decoding compression technique is achieved efficient transmission for minimum bandwidth usage as well as for the storage usage reduction of 3D stereoscopic film down to 38.19% with dimension [1812,1080] frame.

Year2017
PublisherLondon South Bank University
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CC BY 4.0
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Print03 Apr 2017
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Deposited05 Jun 2017
Accepted22 Feb 2017
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