Yung-Gi Wu, Ming-Zhi Huang, Yu-Ling Wen, Fractal image compression with variance and mean, Proceedings of the International Conference on. Fractal image compression: theory and application / Yuval Fisher, editor. Author. Fisher, Yuval, (Author.) Other Authors. Fisher, Yuval, (editor.) SpringerLink. Fractal Image Compression by Yuval Fisher, , available at Book Depository with free Fractal Image Compression: Theory and Application.
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General Signal Processing Image Processing. Description One half of the book is authored by Yuval Fisher himself, while articles from another 12 experts in the field present material from different points of view. The focus here is solely on fractal image encoding, with the aim of providing a working code that is usable in applications, while containing the complete details of how to encode and decode images.
An indispensable “how to” guide, combining the very latest results in the field. Of interest to a very wide audience, ranging from experts in image processing to high school students.
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Hubbard, Professor of Mathematics, Cornell University show more. Table of contents 1 Introduction. Overlapping, Weighted Ranges, and Tilt.
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