lossless data compression

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lossless data compression

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(communications)
Data compression in which the recovered data are assured to be identical to the source.
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By maximally preserving the discriminative information in the learned latent subspace, DMINTIR losslessly recovers the original feature space.
Los Angeles, CA, March 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- One month later since the release of its Screen Recorder for Windows, Joyoshare, the world-leading multimedia software provider, officially launched the Screen Recorder for Mac today, aiming to help Mac users to losslessly record all screen activities, including desktop videos, audios, streaming music, games, webcams, online chats, video calls, lectures, etc.
The Corvis tonometer allows for the acquisition of data in different formats such as a video (*.avi), a sequence of images (*.jpg), or a losslessly compressed archive (*.U12).
Lossless compression based algorithms vacate space for embedding secret message by losslessly compressing the least significant bit (LSB) planes or quantization residuals [3, 4].
For smaller games, such as Rhode Island hold 'em, abstraction can be performed losslessly, and the abstract game is actually isomorphic to the full game (Gilpin and Sandholm 2007b).
Firstly, lossless-compression-based methods [9-13] hide data bits into some space of the cover image by losslessly compressing a subset.
Focusing on compression, the attributes of uncompressed, losslessly compressed, and lossy compressed files were explained, along with major examples of each type.
One method losslessly compresses one or more than one middle bit-planes to save space for data embedding.
Under certain conditions, the central region of the pulse passes through the PBS losslessly, and the rejected pulse consists of the leading and trailing edges of the intracavity pulse, which can be regarded as two subpulses.
In fact, if all coefficients in the ROI mask are losslessly encoded, the ROI can be losslessly reconstructed.
The resulting image is specially color encoded and losslessly compressed to reduce file size.
JPEG, being based on a complex mathematical transformation, cannot be losslessly compressed.