Topics addressed in the technical sessions include lossless compression algorithms, source and multiple description coding, quantization theory, vector quantization, encoding with wavelets, bi-level image
compression, and video and audio compression.
JBIG, short for Joint Bi-Level Image
Group, is document compression technology developed by a national standards body.
These applications require support for video coders, speech coders, telephony middleware, JBIG standards (Joint Bi-Level Image
Experts Group), MP3, software modem- and other DSP-intensive tasks in addition to supporting a real-time operating system, and system and network management tasks which are better served by a RISC processor.
The OptiSys embedded controller design is targeted at color products up to 25 color pages per minute with standard bi-level image
processing capability, as well as variable color processing at reduced speeds.
The industry should be well served by this new bi-level image compression tool, which provides better compression for new applications and systems in the desktop and embedded markets such as facsimile, printing, scanning, document management and Internet imaging.
Large improvement in traditional "lossless" bi-level image compression
Support for a new "lossy" type of bi-level image compression yielding
becomes the first major vendor of image acceleration products to offer both hardware and software support of the JBIG (joint bi-level image
experts group) standard.
6 Kbps modem, which transmits at approximately 3 seconds per page*, the fastest transmission speed attainable today over the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), JBIG (Joint Bi-level Image
Group) compression and the V.
34 fax modem standard and Joint Bi-level Image
experts Group (JBIG) compression to save on time and money.