AuthorYovanof, Gregory S.
AffiliationEastman Kodak Company
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AbstractLossless data compression systems allow an exact replica of the original data to be reproduced at the receiver. Lossless compression has found a wide range of applications in such diverse fields as: compression of computer data, still images (e.g., medical or graphical images) and video (usually, in the form of entropy coding of the output of intra/inter-frame lossy schemes). It has been studied for over forty years and new compression algorithms are still continuously developed. This paper is a survey of current lossless techniques with results quoted for both sequential data files and still images.
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