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Context-Based Scalable Coding and Representation of High Resolution Art Pictures for Remote Data Access

Abstract

EROS is the largest database in the world of high resolution art pictures. The TSAR project is designed to open it in a secure, efficient and user-friendly way that involves cryptography and watermarking as well as compression and region-level representation abilities. This paper more particularly addresses the two last points. The LAR codec is first presented as a suitable solution for picture encoding with compression ranging from highly lossy to lossless. Then, we detail the concept of self-extracting region representation, which consists of performing a segmentation process at both the coder and decoder from a highly compressed image, and later locally enhancing the image in a region of interest. The overall scheme provides an efficient, consistent solution for advanced data browsing.
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hal-00163329 , version 1 (17-07-2007)

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Marie Babel, Olivier Déforges, Laurent Bédat, Jean Motsch. Context-Based Scalable Coding and Representation of High Resolution Art Pictures for Remote Data Access. IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, ICME'07, Jul 2007, Beijing, China. pp.460-463. ⟨hal-00163329⟩
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