Simple adaptive vectors encoding for two-dimensional redundancy reduction (saver)

Simple adaptive vectors encoding for two-dimensional redundancy reduction (saver)

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An efficient and practical source encoding algorithm for compressing binary facsimile data is presented. The vertical correlation is taken into account by forming vectors and the horizontal correlation is considered by the run-length coding of these vectors. New proposals for an end-of-line codeword and error correction are described.


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