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Introduction to Data Compression Theory
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actual compression ratio adaptive delta modulation algorithm applications bandwidth bits per sample bits per symbol block quantization BNO code buffer overflow Chapter code word coders coefficients compression ratio compression scheme compression system computed data base data compression data source decoding delta modulation described difference discrete DPCM encoding entropy reduction equation error-control coding example Fourier frame function Further Reading Hadamard transform Huffman code IEEE IEEE Trans information time codes input interframe Iog2 length levels Markov matrix maximum compression ratio noise nonredundant sample coding number of bits optimum original output picture pixels polynomial predictive coding pression previous samples probability rate distortion reconstructed reconstructed samples redundancy reduction redundant samples run-length coding Section Shannon-Fano code shown in Figure speech compression speech signal statistically independent Suggestions for Further TB/S telemetry television transform coding transformed samples transmitted two-level typically variable-length code VOCODER waveform zero
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