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Image Compression Using DCT Implementing Matlab

Image Compression Using DCT Implementing Matlab

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In today’s technological world as our use of and reliance on computers continues to grow, so too does our need for efficient ways of storing large amounts of data and due to the bandwidth and storage limitations, images must be compressed before transmission and storage.For example, someone with a web page or online catalog that uses dozens or perhaps hundreds of images will more than likely need to use some form of image compression to store those images. This is because the amount of space required to hold unadulterated images can be prohibitively large in terms of cost. Fortunately, there are several methods of image compression available today. This fall into two general categories: lossless and lossy image compression.
However, the compression will reduce the image fidelity, especially when the images are compressed at lower bit rates. The reconstructed images suffer from blocking artifacts and the image quality will be severely degraded under the circumstance of high compression ratios. In order to have a good compression ratio without losing too much of information when the image is decompressed we use DCT.
In today’s technological world as our use of and reliance on computers continues to grow, so too does our need for efficient ways of storing large amounts of data and due to the bandwidth and storage limitations, images must be compressed before transmission and storage.For example, someone with a web page or online catalog that uses dozens or perhaps hundreds of images will more than likely need to use some form of image compression to store those images. This is because the amount of space required to hold unadulterated images can be prohibitively large in terms of cost. Fortunately, there are several methods of image compression available today. This fall into two general categories: lossless and lossy image compression.
However, the compression will reduce the image fidelity, especially when the images are compressed at lower bit rates. The reconstructed images suffer from blocking artifacts and the image quality will be severely degraded under the circumstance of high compression ratios. In order to have a good compression ratio without losing too much of information when the image is decompressed we use DCT.

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