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QccPackSPECK - QccPack module for SPECK encoding and decoding
QccPackSPECK is an optional module for the QccPack library that provides
encoding and decoding of images using the Set-Partitioning Embedded Block
- image encoding
using the SPECK algorithm
- decode header for SPECK
- image decoding using SPECK algorithm
- code an image using the SPECK algorithm
- decode and image using the SPECK algorithm
- code an image using the 3D-SPECK algorithm
- decode and
image using the 3D-SPECK algorithm
W. A. Pearlman, A. Islam, N. Nagaraj, and A. Said, "Efficient, Low-Complexity
Image Coding with a Set-Partitioning Embedded Block Coder," IEEE Transactions
on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology, to appear, 2003.
and W. A. Pearlman, "An Embedded and Efficient Low-Complexity Hierarchical
Image Coder," in Visual Communications and Image Processing, K. Aizawa,
R. L. Stevenson, and Y.-Q. Zhang, Eds., San Jose, CA, January 1999, Proc. SPIE
3653, pp. 294-305.
Z. Lu and W. A. Pearlman, "Wavelet Video Coding of Video
Object by Object-Based SPECK Algorithm," in Proceedings of the Picture
Coding Symposium, Seoul, Korea, April 2001, pp. 413-416.
X. Tang, W. A. Pearlman,
and J. W. Modestino, "Hyperspectral Image Compression Using Three-Dimensional
Wavelet Coding," in Image and Video Communications and Processing, Santa
Clara, CA, January 2003, Proc. SPIE 5022, pp. 1037-1047.
(C) 1997-2016 James E. Fowler
The Set-Partitioning Embedded Block
(SPECK) algorithm is protected by US Patent #6,671,413 (issued December
30, 2003) and by patents pending. An implementation of the SPECK algorithm
is included herein (utility programs speckencode and speckdecode, and
speck.c in the QccPack library) with the permission of Dr. William A. Pearlman,
exclusive holder of patent rights. Dr. Pearlman has graciously granted a
license with certain restrictions governing the terms and conditions for
use, copying, distribution, and modification of the SPECK algorithm implementation
contained herein. Specifically, only use in academic and non-commercial
research is permitted, while all commercial use is prohibited. Refer to
the file LICENSE-SPECK for more details.
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