Fractal Compression

Fractal compression is one of the most promising image and video compression techniques due to advantages such as resolution independence and fast decompression. It exploits the fact that natural scenes present self-similarity to remove redundancy and obtain high compression rates with smaller quality degradation when compared to traditional compression methods. The main drawback of fractal compression is its computationally intensive encoding process, due to the need for searching regions with high similarity in the image. Several approaches have been developed to reduce the computational cost of the detection of similar regions.

Related Publications

Vitor Cezar de Lima; William Robson Schwartz; H Pedrini

3D Searchless Fractal Video Encoding at Low Bit Rates Journal Article

In: Journal of Mathematical Imaging and Vision, 45 (3), pp. 239-250, 2013.

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Vitor Cezar de Lima; William Robson Schwartz; H Pedrini

Fast Low Bit-Rate 3D Searchless Fractal Video Encoding Inproceedings

In: Conference on Graphics, Patterns and Images, pp. 189-196, 2011.

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William Robson Schwartz; H Pedrini

Improved Fractal Image Compression Based on Robust Feature Descriptors Journal Article

In: International Journal of Image and Graphics, 11 (4), pp. 571-587, 2011.

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