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The design and implementation of a progressive on-demand image dissemination system for very large images
By: Grigg, M.W.; Lo, E.H.S.; Lui, A.K.; Owen, M.J.;
2001 / IEEE / 0-7695-0963-0
This item was taken from the IEEE Conference ' The design and implementation of a progressive on-demand image dissemination system for very large images ' The use of progressive, on-demand image dissemination techniques can support efficient dissemination of very large images across networks. In this paper we examine the effectiveness of various design options in developing such on-demand dissemination systems. We show that the choice of the design options can have a profound impact on the efficient use of client, server, and network resources. Based on our performance evaluation experiments, we recommend that efficient dissemination can be achieved by tiling images with a session-based progressive wavelet compression algorithm, delivering the compressed data to tiles in a round-robin manner, and performing custom client-side virtual memory management for image data to improve image data retrieval speed.
Image Data Retrieval Speed
Progressive On-demand Image Dissemination System
Very Large Images
Session-based Progressive Wavelet Compression Algorithm
Custom Client-side Virtual Memory Management
Rendering (computer Graphics)
Performance Evaluation Experiments