Compression of the biomedical images using quadtree-based partitioned universally classified energy and pattern blocks

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2019-03-15

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Springer London

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info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess

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In this work, an efficient low bit rate image coding/compression method based on the quadtree-based partitioned universally classified energy and pattern building blocks (QB-UCEPB) is introduced. The proposed method combines low bit rate robustness and variable-sized quantization benefits of the well-known classified energy and pattern blocks (CEPB) method and quadtree-based (QB) partitioning technique, respectively. In the new method, first, the QB-UCEPB is constructed in the form of variable length block size thanks to the quadtree-based partitioning rather than fixed block size partitioning which was employed in the conventional CEPB method. The QB-UCEPB is then placed to the transmitter side as well as receiver side of the communication channel as a universal codebook manner. Every quadtree-based partitioned block of the input image is encoded using three quantities: image block scaling coefficient, the index number of the QB-UCEB and the index number of the QB-UCPB. These quantities are sent from the transmitter part to the receiver part through the communication channel. Then, the quadtree-based partitioned input image blocks are reconstructed in the receiver part using a decoding algorithm, which exploits the mathematical model that is proposed. Experimental results show that using the new method, the computational complexity of the classical CEPB is substantially reduced. Furthermore, higher compression ratios, PSNR and SSIM levels are achieved even at low bit rates compared to the classical CEPB and conventional methods such as SPIHT, EZW and JPEG2000

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Biomedical image compression, Classified energy and pattern blocks, Computed tomography, CT compression, Quadtree, Communication channels (information theory), Computerized tomography, Digital image storage, Image classification, Image coding, Transmitters, Biomedical images, Conventional methods, Decoding algorithm, Higher compression ratios, Partitioning techniques, Quad trees, Scaling coefficients, Image compression

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Signal, Image and Video Processing

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Q3
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13

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6

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Gezer, M., Gargari, S. N., Güz, Ü. & Gürkan, H. (2019). Compression of the biomedical images using quadtree-based partitioned universally classified energy and pattern blocks. Signal, Image and Video Processing, 13(6), 1123-1130. doi:10.1007/s11760-019-01454-z