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Algorithm for lossy image compression using FPGA

05 Apr 2013  | K. Rajesh Kumar

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Given a noise-free m×n monochrome image I and its noisy approximation K, MSE is defined as:

The MSE of the proposed algorithm is 0.0038910(signal iteration).

Figure 6: MSE comparison.

Mean-square signal to noise ratio SNRms
The f (x,y) is the input image and the f^ (x,y) is the compressed image where as M and N are the rows and column of the matrix.

The SNRms of the proposed algorithm is 1.

The PSNR is a measure of the peak error.

The PSNR is defined as:

Here, MAXI is the maximum possible pixel value of the image

The PSNR of the proposed algorithm is 1.1090355e+002.

Figure 7: Surface plot of original image.

Figure 8: Surface plot of compressed image.

Figures 7 and 8 show the surface plot of original and compressed images. The Z-Axis of original image is weighted upto 253, where as the compressed image maximum weight is 1.

In this paper, we have proposed a noval algorithm and compared it with the standard LMS, the normalized LMS (NLMS),the MVSS, the conventional TDLMS, the DCT-LMS, the TDVSS, and the VSSTDLMS. With the proposed algorithm, when the number of iteration increases the MSE and the resolution reduces, and the lookup table (threshold pool) size increases. From the figure 6, we can justify that the proposed algorithm is better than LMS, NLMS and MVS in terms of MSE.

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About the author
K.Rajesh Kumar received in VLSI design from Karunya University in 2011 and B.E in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Anna University. He finished Diploma in Electronics and Communication Engineering in 2006 and subsequently did Diploma in Information Technology and Advanced Diploma in Information Technology in 2005. He is currently working with Mistral Solutions as a Design Engineer. He has published various papers in national and international journals. He has successfully completed many projects in Image Broadcasting and video processing. His research interest includes Image Compression, Low power VLSI and Cryptography.

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