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lossless compression

Telemedicine A data compression format that allows both efficient transmission and accurate decompression/expansion at the receiving end. See Data compression, Telemedicine; Cf Codec, Lossy compression, Modem, T-1.
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I got to try the 10x lossless zoom with a three-camera setup prototype device and I was impressed with the results.
The lossless mode of the standard is very close to the actual state of the art in lossless image compression.
Because it is a lossless cavity, the chamber response x(t) will never vanish once the chamber is excited by the pulse and we can not get the frequency response of an endless temporal signal.
In the present study, the S-parameters are assumed to those of a lossless, symmetric, reciprocal 2-port network.
For the experiment there are 30 digital images in a lossless format of resource [3] used (traditional base of digital images when tested algorithms and methods).
Newly added functions are improved compression by arithmetic entropy coding, flexible scaling options with versatile usability ("SmartScale"), and options for true lossless compression.
On the other hand, this extensive denition is not destined to imager that JPEG-LS typical species in; or a number of extra high-tech lossless density algorithm in support of incessant- tone picture; be calculated to grip several such assortment.
Lossless image compression (Denecker et al., 2002, Brooks et al., 2004, Chen et al, 2008 and Milward et al., 2004) has been addressed with Lempel-Ziv code (Ziv et al., 1978), Golomb- Rice code (Golomb, 1966), JPEGLS (Xiaowen et al., 2007), and CALIC (Wu et al., 1997).
"Canvas Grants is aimed at helping anyone turn a great idea into reality," he said, "whether that's by designing new technology or testing instructional strategies that move us one step closer toward lossless learning."
MIT Lincoln Laboratory's Wide-Area Chemical Sensor (WACS) system uses a tuned, broadband laser coupled to a lossless, spectrally discriminating receiver to detect gases at sensitivities as good as typical local detectors, at ranges up to tens of kilometers, while compensating for atmospheric contaminants and instrument drift.
Wimp features lossless sound compression, and will sell Tidal (which includes access to a library of HD videos) for an eye-popping $20 a month.