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A Non-Iterative R-D Optimization Algorithm for Rate-Constraint Problems

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4 Author(s)
Aminlou, A. ; Multimedia Process. Lab., Tehran Univ., Iran ; Fatemi, O. ; Homayouni, M. ; Hashemi, M.R.

R-D optimization algorithm is frequently used where subband coding or vector quantization is required. All existing R-D optimization algorithms have an iterative process which results in more computational complexity and execution time. In this paper we propose a novel R-D optimization algorithm that has a non-iterative process with lower computational complexity. This algorithm is based on exponential modeling of R-D curves and can be used in rate-constraint problems. The proposed algorithm presents a good performance with non-convex curves as well as convex ones. While the execution time of the existing algorithms is O(Ncrv×Npt), the execution time of the proposed algorithm is O(Ncrv), where Ncrv is the number of curves and Npt is the average number of points in each curve. The quality degradation is 0.32 dB, in average, when it is tested in the rate control component of a JPEG2000 encoder.

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Image Processing, 2006 IEEE International Conference on

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8-11 Oct. 2006

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