arithmetic coding

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arithmetic coding

[¦a·rith¦med·ik ′cōd·iŋ]
(communications)
A method of data compression in which a long character string is represented by a single number whose value is obtained by repeatedly partitioning the range of possible values in proportion to the probabilities of the characters.

arithmetic coding

A statistical data compression method that converts strings of data into single floating point numbers between 0 and 1.
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The architecture of SPIHT with arithmetic coder is suggested by Kai Liu, Evgeniy Belyaev and Jie Guo (2012).
Power analysis done on update blocks of arithmetic coder shows that power is 40mw when carry select adder (CSA) is used whereas it is 42 mw with existing system using carry look ahead adder.
Invented by 1stWorks Chief Scientist Ratko Tomic, Quantized Indexing is the first practical form of data compression to apply the mathematical discipline of enumerative combinatorics to entropy coding and modeling, delivering demonstrably superior performance in both efficiency and speed over the best arithmetic coder alternatives currently available.
Better compression of texture by using secondary wavelet passes in high detail blocks -- Better compression of texture-type features by use of zerotree embedded vector codes -- Better compression overall by use of tuned arithmetic coders