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A novel psychovisual threshold on large DCT for image compression.

Abu NA, Ernawan F - ScientificWorldJournal (2015)

Bottom Line: The psychovisual threshold on the large image block provides significant improvement in the quality of output images.The experimental results on large quantization tables from psychovisual threshold produce largely free artifacts in the visual output image.Besides, the experimental results show that the concept of psychovisual threshold produces better quality image at the higher compression rate than JPEG image compression.

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Affiliation: Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, 76100 Melaka, Malaysia.

ABSTRACT
A psychovisual experiment prescribes the quantization values in image compression. The quantization process is used as a threshold of the human visual system tolerance to reduce the amount of encoded transform coefficients. It is very challenging to generate an optimal quantization value based on the contribution of the transform coefficient at each frequency order. The psychovisual threshold represents the sensitivity of the human visual perception at each frequency order to the image reconstruction. An ideal contribution of the transform at each frequency order will be the primitive of the psychovisual threshold in image compression. This research study proposes a psychovisual threshold on the large discrete cosine transform (DCT) image block which will be used to automatically generate the much needed quantization tables. The proposed psychovisual threshold will be used to prescribe the quantization values at each frequency order. The psychovisual threshold on the large image block provides significant improvement in the quality of output images. The experimental results on large quantization tables from psychovisual threshold produce largely free artifacts in the visual output image. Besides, the experimental results show that the concept of psychovisual threshold produces better quality image at the higher compression rate than JPEG image compression.

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Average absolute reconstruction error of incrementing DCT coefficients on 256 × 256 DCT luminance and chrominance for 40 real images.
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fig4: Average absolute reconstruction error of incrementing DCT coefficients on 256 × 256 DCT luminance and chrominance for 40 real images.

Mentions: In this quantitative experiment, the DCT coefficients on each frequency order are incremented concurrently one at a time from 1 to 255. The impact of incrementing DCT coefficients one at a time is measured by average absolute reconstruction error (ARE). The contribution of DCT coefficients to the quality image reconstruction and compression rate is analyzed on each frequency order. In order to develop psychovisual threshold on 256 × 256 DCT, ARE on each frequency order is set as a smooth curve reconstruction error. An ideal average reconstruction error score of an incrementing DCT coefficient on each frequency order on luminance and chrominance for 40 real images is shown in Figure 4.


A novel psychovisual threshold on large DCT for image compression.

Abu NA, Ernawan F - ScientificWorldJournal (2015)

Average absolute reconstruction error of incrementing DCT coefficients on 256 × 256 DCT luminance and chrominance for 40 real images.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig4: Average absolute reconstruction error of incrementing DCT coefficients on 256 × 256 DCT luminance and chrominance for 40 real images.
Mentions: In this quantitative experiment, the DCT coefficients on each frequency order are incremented concurrently one at a time from 1 to 255. The impact of incrementing DCT coefficients one at a time is measured by average absolute reconstruction error (ARE). The contribution of DCT coefficients to the quality image reconstruction and compression rate is analyzed on each frequency order. In order to develop psychovisual threshold on 256 × 256 DCT, ARE on each frequency order is set as a smooth curve reconstruction error. An ideal average reconstruction error score of an incrementing DCT coefficient on each frequency order on luminance and chrominance for 40 real images is shown in Figure 4.

Bottom Line: The psychovisual threshold on the large image block provides significant improvement in the quality of output images.The experimental results on large quantization tables from psychovisual threshold produce largely free artifacts in the visual output image.Besides, the experimental results show that the concept of psychovisual threshold produces better quality image at the higher compression rate than JPEG image compression.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Faculty of Information and Communication Technology, Universiti Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, 76100 Melaka, Malaysia.

ABSTRACT
A psychovisual experiment prescribes the quantization values in image compression. The quantization process is used as a threshold of the human visual system tolerance to reduce the amount of encoded transform coefficients. It is very challenging to generate an optimal quantization value based on the contribution of the transform coefficient at each frequency order. The psychovisual threshold represents the sensitivity of the human visual perception at each frequency order to the image reconstruction. An ideal contribution of the transform at each frequency order will be the primitive of the psychovisual threshold in image compression. This research study proposes a psychovisual threshold on the large discrete cosine transform (DCT) image block which will be used to automatically generate the much needed quantization tables. The proposed psychovisual threshold will be used to prescribe the quantization values at each frequency order. The psychovisual threshold on the large image block provides significant improvement in the quality of output images. The experimental results on large quantization tables from psychovisual threshold produce largely free artifacts in the visual output image. Besides, the experimental results show that the concept of psychovisual threshold produces better quality image at the higher compression rate than JPEG image compression.

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