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A real-time wavelet vector quantization algorithm and its VLSI architecture

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2 Author(s)
Seung-Kwon Paek ; Samsung Electron. Co., Kiheung, South Korea ; Lee-Sup Kim

A real-time wavelet image compression algorithm using vector quantization and its VLSI architecture are proposed. The proposed zerotree wavelet vector quantization (WVQ) algorithm focuses on the problem of how to reduce the computation time to encode wavelet images with high coding efficiency. A conventional wavelet image-compression algorithm exploits the tree structure of wavelet coefficients coupled with scalar quantization. However, they can not provide the real-time computation because they use iterative methods to decide zerotrees. In contrast, the zerotree WVQ algorithm predicts in real-time zero-vector trees of insignificant wavelet vectors by a noniterative decision rule and then encodes significant wavelet vectors by the classified VQ. These cause the zerotree WVQ algorithm to provide the best compromise between the coding performance and the computation time. The noniterative decision rule was extracted by the simulation results. Moreover, the zerotree WVQ exploits the multistage VQ to encode the lowest frequency subband, which is generally known to be robust to wireless channel errors. The proposed WVQ VLSI architecture has only one VQ module to execute in real-time the proposed zerotree WVQ algorithm by utilizing the vacant cycles for zero-vector trees which are not transmitted. And the VQ module has only L+1 processing elements (PEs) for the real-time minimum distance calculation, where the codebook size is L. L PEs are for Euclidean distance calculation and a PE is for parallel distance comparison

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Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:10 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Apr 2000

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