Effros, M. and Chou, P. A. and Gray, R. M. (1994) One-pass adaptive universal vector quantization. In: IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal (ICASSP '94), Adelaide, Australia, 19-22 April 1994. IEEE , Piscataway, NJ, V-625. ISBN 0-7803-1775-0 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:EFFicassp94
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The authors introduce a one-pass adaptive universal quantization technique for real, bounded alphabet, stationary sources. The algorithm is set on line without any prior knowledge of the statistics of the sources which it might encounter and asymptotically achieves ideal performance on all sources that it sees. The system consists of an encoder and a decoder. At increasing intervals, the encoder refines its codebook using knowledge about incoming data symbols. This codebook is then described to the decoder in the form of updates on the previous codebook. The accuracy to which the codebook is described increases as the number of symbols seen, and thus the accuracy to which the codebook is known, grows.
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|Subject Keywords:||adaptive codes; convergence; image coding; vector quantization; source code design; source coding theory; universal source coding|
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