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Hybrid 3D Fractal Coding with Neighbourhood Vector Quantisation

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A hybrid 3D compression scheme which combines fractal coding with neighbourhood vector quantisation for video and volume data is reported. While fractal coding exploits the redundancy present in different scales, neighbourhood vector quantisation, as a generalisation of translational motion compensation, is a useful method for removing both intra- and inter-frame coherences. The hybrid coder outperforms most of the fractal coders published to date while the algorithm complexity is kept relatively low.

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Correspondence to Zhen Yao.

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Yao, Z., Wilson, R. Hybrid 3D Fractal Coding with Neighbourhood Vector Quantisation. EURASIP J. Adv. Signal Process. 2004, 675168 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1155/S1110865704409081

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  • fractal
  • compression
  • video coding
  • neighbourhood vector quantisation
  • convergence
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