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10 October 2008 Low-complexity and error-resilient hyperspectral image compression based on distributed source coding
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In this paper we propose a lossless compression algorithm for hyperspectral images based on distributed source coding; this algorithm represents a significant improvement over our prior work on the same topic, and has been developed during a project funded by ESA-ESTEC. In particular, the algorithm achieves good compression performance with very low complexity; moreover, it also features a very good degree of error resilience. These features are obtained taking inspiration from distributed source coding, and particularly employing coset codes and CRC-based decoding. As the CRC can be used to decode blocks using a reference different from that used to compress the image, this yields error resilience. In particular, if a block is lost, decoding using the closest collocated block in the second previous band is successful about 70% of the times.
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A. Abrardo, M. Barni, A. Bertoli, A. Garzelli, E. Magli, F. Nencini, B. Penna, and R. Vitulli "Low-complexity and error-resilient hyperspectral image compression based on distributed source coding", Proc. SPIE 7109, Image and Signal Processing for Remote Sensing XIV, 71090V (10 October 2008);


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