JBIG for Printer Pipelines: A Compression Test
The proposed paper describes a compression test analysis of JBIG standard algorithm. The aim of such work is to proof the effectiveness of this standard for images acquired through scanners and processed into a printer pipeline. The main issue of printer pipelines is the necessity to use a memory buffer to store scanned images for multiple prints. This work demonstrates that for very large scales the buffer can be fixed using medium compression case, using multiple scans in case of uncommon random patterns.
KeywordsCompression Test Lossless Compression Arithmetic Coder Compression Percentage Binary Arithmetic Coder
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