CHAPTER 6. 6 Huffman Coding Based Image Compression Using Complex Wavelet Transform. 6.3 Wavelet Transform based compression technique 106


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1 CHAPTER 6 6 Huffman Coding Based Image Compression Using Complex Wavelet Transform Page No 6.1 Introduction Compression Techniques Lossless compression Lossy compression Entropy Wavelet Transform based compression technique Dual Tree Complex Wavelet Transform Thresholding in Image Compression Introduction to Huffman coding Huffman Coding Huffman Decoding DTCWT Based Compression Algorithm Results and Discussion Performance Metrics Summary 120
2 103 CHAPTER 6 HUFFMAN CODING BASED IMAGE COMPRESSION USING COMPLEX WAVELET TRANSFORM 6.1 INTRODUCTION Image compression is one of the most significant application of the wavelet transform. Capon was one of the first person to introduce the compression of normal images by run length encoding[97]. Today there is no change in the basic methodology of compression, but higher compression ratios could be attained. In this chapter the investigator discussed about the need of compression in section 6.1, types of compression techniques under section 6.2, and wavelet transform based compression in section 6.3. Huffman coding is explained in section 6.4 and proposed complex wavelet transform based image compression algorithm using huffman coding is discussed along with results and discussion under section 6.5 and 6.6 respectively. The goal of compression algorithm is to eliminate redundancy in the data i.e. the compression algorithms calculates which data is to be considered to recreate the original image along with the data to be removed [98]. By eliminating redundant (duplicate) information, the image can be compressed. The three types of redundancies are coding redundancy, inter pixel redundancy and psycho visual redundancy. Best possible code words are used to reduce coding redundancy. The correlation among the pixels results in inter pixel redundancy. Visually unimportant information lead to psycho visual redundancy. The purpose of compression system is to shrink the number of bits to the possible extent, while keeping the visual quality of the reconstructed image as close
3 104 to the original image. Fig 6.1 shows the basic block diagram of a general image compression system. It consists of an encoder block and a decoder block shown in the fig: 6.1. Original Image f(x,y) Mapper Quantizer Symbol coder Encoder Compressed data for storage and transmission Compressed data Symbol decoder Inverse Mapper Reconstructed Image Decoder f (x, y) Fig 6.1 General image compression system In the fig:6.1, the encoder block reduces different redundancies of the input image. In the first stage, the mapper converts the input image into another setup designed to eliminate inter pixel redundancy. In the second stage, a quantized block reduces the precision of the first stage output in accordance with a predefined decisive factor. In the final stage, a symbol encoder maps the quantized output in accordance with a predefined criterion. In the decoder block, an inverse mapper along with a symbol decoder perform the opposite operations of the encoder block. An inverse quantizer is not considered since quantization is irretrievable [1]. 6.2 COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES Depending on the possibility of reconstruction of clearcut original image, compression techniques are classified into lossless and lossy compression techniques.
4 Lossless compression In lossless technique, the original image can be perfectly recovered from the compressed (encoded) image. In this technique each and every bit of information is important. Lossless image compression scheme is used in the applications, where no loss of data is required such as in medical imaging Lossy compression Higher compression ratios are possible in lossy techniques by reducing some more amount of redundancies. Lossy techniques are extensively used in most of the applications like internet browsing and video processing, because the quality of the reconstructed image is not important. Here a perfect restoration of the image is not desirable. [99] Entropy To categorize various compression methods, it is essential to distinguish the entropy of the image. A low frequency and highly correlated image which has low entropy can be compressed more by any compression technique. A compression algorithm designed for a particular application may not perform good for other applications. The entropy H can be calculated as: G 1 H = k=0 P(k)log 2 [P(k)] (6.1) Where G is gray levels and P(k) is probability of gray level k. P(k) can be calculated by knowing the frequency[h(k)] of gray level k in an image of size M N as P(k) = h(k) M.N (6.2) The investigator concentrates on wavelet based transform coding image compression algorithms. The coefficients obtained from the discrete image transform, which make little contribution to the information can be eliminated. In Discrete
5 106 Cosine Transform (DCT) based compression method, the input image is split into 8 8 blocks and each block is transformed separately. However this method introduces blocking artifacts, and also higher compression ratios are not achieved. But the wavelet transform produces no artifacts and it can be applied to entire image rather than blocks. 6.3 WAVELET TRANSFORM BASED COMPRESSION TECHNIQUE In DWT, the most significant information corresponds to high amplitudes and less significant information corresponds to low amplitudes. Compression can be accomplished by neglecting the least significant information. The wavelet transforms make possible in attaining higher compression ratios along with highquality of reconstruction. Wavelets are also used in mobile applications, denoising, edge detection, speech recognition, feature extraction, real time audiovideo applications, biomedical imagining, orthogonal divisional multiplexing. So the wavelet transform popularity is increasing due to its ability to decrease distraction in the reconstruction signal. Original Image Forward Transform Encode Transform Values Compressed Image Fig 6.2a : Transform based compression procedure. Compressed  Image Decode Transform Values Inverse Transform Reconstructed Image Fig 6.2b : Transform based decompression procesdure. Fig. 6.2 shows the general transform based image compression standard. The forward and inverse transforms along with encoding and decoding processes are shown in fig: 6.2. DWT and IDWT are appropriate transforms used in wavelet
6 107 transform based image compression [76]. Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) is used in JPEG algorithm Dual TreeComplex Wavelet Transform (DTCWT) Complex wavelets are not widely used in image processing applications due to the difficulty in designing complex wavelet filters. Dr. Nick Kingsbury of Cambridge university projected a dual tree arrangement of CWT to overcome the limitations in standard DWT. DTCWT employ two trees to produce the real and imaginary parts of wavelet coefficients with real filter set separately. This Transform allows practical usage of complex wavelets in image processing [19][20][38][100]. DTCWT can be used for a variety of applications like image compression, denoising, enhancement, inpainting and image restoration etc., DTCWT is a structure of DWT which produce complex coefficients by means of a two set of wavelet filters to achieve the real and imaginary coefficients. The purpose of usage of complex wavelets is that it presents a high grade of shift invariance and good directionality. The DTCWT applied to the rows and columns of the image results in six complex high pass detailed subimages and two lowpass subimages at each level. The subsequent stage iterate on only low pass subimage. In 2D DWT, the three high pass subbands result in 0 0,45 0, and 90 0 orientations. Whereas CWT has six high pass subbands at each level which are oriented at ±15 0,± 45 0 and ± Thresholding in Image Compression The wavelet coefficients obtained are near to zero value for some kind of signals. Thresholding can revise these coefficients to generate more zeros. With hard thresholding many coefficients are tend to zero. Actual compression of signal is not
7 108 achieved though the wavelet analysis and thresholding are performed. Standard entropy coding methods like huffman coding allow to compress the data by assigning short codes for more frequently occurring symbols and large code words for other symbols. By proper encoding, the signal requires less memory space for storage, and takes less time during transmission. A good threshold value is considered to adjust the energy preservation and quantity of zeros. Energy is lost and high compression is achieved if higher threshold value is chosen. Thresholding can be selected locally or globally. In global threshold same threshold is applied to each subband, whereas local thresholding involve usage of various threshold values for every subband.[68]. 6.4 INTRODUCTION TO HUFFMAN CODING Huffman codes developed by D.A. Huffman in 1952 are optimal codes that map one symbol to one code word. Huffman coding is one of the wellliked technique to eliminate coding redundancy. It is a variable length coding and is used in lossless compression. Huffman encoding assigns smaller codes for more frequently used symbols and larger codes for less frequently used symbols [101]. Variablelength coding table can be constructed based on the probability of occurrence of each source symbol. Its outcome is a prefix code that expresses most common source symbols with shorter sequence of bits. The more probable of occurrence of any symbol the shorter is its bit representation Huffman Coding Huffman coding generate the smallest probable number of code symbols for any one source symbol. The source symbol is likely to be either intensities of an image or intensity mapping operation output. In the first step of huffman procedure, a chain of source reductions by arranging the probabilities in descending order and
8 109 merging the two lowest probable symbols to create a single compound symbol that replaces in the successive source reduction. This procedure is repeated continuously upto two probabilities of two compound symbols are only left[1]. This process with an example is illustrated in Table 6.1a. In Table 6.1a the list of symbols and their corresponding probabilities are placed in descending order. A compound symbol with probability 0.1 is obtained by merging the least probabilities 0.06 and This is located in source reduction column 1. Once again the probabilities of source symbols are arranged in descending order and the procedure is continued until only two probabilities are recognized. These probabilities observed at far right are 0.6 and 0.4 shown in the Table 6.1a.
9 110 In the second step, huffman procedure is to prepare a code for each compact source starting with smallest basis and operating back to its original source. As shown in the table 6.1b, the code symbols 0 and 1 are assigned to the two symbols of probabilities 0.6 and 0.4 on the right. The source symbol with probability 0.6 is generated by merging two symbols of probabilities 0.3 and 0.3 in the reduced source. So to code both of these symbols the code symbol 0 is appended along with 0 and 1 to make a distinction from one another. This procedure is repeated for each reduced source symbol till the original source code is attained [99]. The final code become visible at the farleft in table 6.1b. The average code length is defined as the product of probability of the symbol and number of bits utilized to represent the same symbol. L average = (0.4)(1) +(0.3)(2) + (0.1)(3) + (0.1)(4) + (0.06)(5) + (0.04)(5) = 2.2 bits per symbol. The source entropy calculated is L H = P(k)log 2 [P(k)] = 2.14 bits/symbol k=0 Then the efficiency of Huffman code 2.14/2.2 = Huffman Decoding In huffman coding the optimal code is produced for a set of symbols. A unique error less decoding scheme is achieved in a simple lookuptable approach. Sequence of huffman encoded symbols can be deciphered by inspecting the individual symbols of the sequence from lefttoright. Using the binary code present in Table 6.1b, a lefttoright inspection of the encoded string unveils the decoded message as a 2 a 3 a 1 a 2 a 2 a 6. Hence with huffman decoding process the compressed data of the image can be decompressed.
10 DTCWT BASED COMPRESSION ALGORITHM The investigator proposed an huffman coding based 2DDTCWT image compression algorithm. The following is the basic procedure for implementing the proposed algorithm. o The input image to be compressed is considered. o The input image is decomposed into wavelet coefficients w using DT CWT. o The detailed wavelet coefficients w are modified using thresholding. o Huffman encoding is applied to compress the data. o The ratio of original data size to compressed data size ( Compression ratio) is calculated. o Huffman decoding and inverse DTCWT is applied to reconstruct the decompressed image. o MSE and PSNR are computed to test the quality of the decompressed image. Fig:6.3 illustrates the compression algorithm using DTCWT along with Huffman coding. ORIGINAL DUAL TREE THRES  HUFFMAN IMAGE CWT HOLDING ENCODING PSNR RECONSTRUCTED IMAGE INVERSE DUAL TREE CWT HUFFMAN DECODING Fig 6.3 Block diagram of compression algorithm using DTCWT
11 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION As shown in fig:6.3, the input image is decomposed into wavelet coefficients by using complex wavelet transform. The coefficients obtained are applied to thresholding. The thresholded coefficients are coded by huffman encoding. To reform the decompressed image, the decompression algorithm converts the compressed data through huffman decoding followed by conversion of wavelet coefficients into a time domain signal using inverse dual tree complex wavelet transform Performance Metrics Mean square error, root mean square error, peak signal to noise ratio, compression ratio and bits per pixel are the metrics used for evaluating the performance of image processing methods. MSE and RMSE can be calculated by considering the cumulative squared error between the compressed and the original image. PSNR is the measure of peak error. Compression ratio is the ratio of the original file to the compressed file and bits per pixel is the ratio of compressed file in bits to the original file in pixels. The mathematical formulae is determined as RMSE = 1 M.N M N i=1 j=1 (X(i, j) Y(i, j))2 (6.3) Where, M and N are width and height of an image, X and Y are original and processed images respectively. PSNR = 10 log MSE (6.4) Compression ratio ( CR) = BPP = Original Image size Compressed iamge size 1 compression ratio (6.5) (6.6) In general a large value of PSNR is good. It means that the signal information is more than the noise (error). A lower value of MSE transforms to a higher value of PSNR. So a better compression method with high PSNR (low MSE ) and, with a
12 113 good compression ratio can be implemented. The same method may not perform well for all types of images. The proposed algorithm is tested on different images like a gray colored cameraman image, a colored lena image and a medical image. For cameraman image of size 256 x 256, different parameters like the original image size, compressed image size, CR, BPP, PSNR and RMS error for various threshold values are tabulated. Table 6.2a and Table 6.2b shows parameter values obtained using proposed and existing methods. Table 6.2a: Different parameter values at different thresholds for a gray color cameraman image using proposed method. Parameter TH=6 TH=10 TH=20 TH=30 TH=40 TH=50 TH=60 Original File Compressed File Size Compression Ratio (CR) Bits Per Pixel (BPP) Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) RMS error Table 6.2b: Different parameter values at different thresholds for a gray color cameraman image using existing method(ezw and huffman encoding [62]) Parameter TH=6 TH=10 TH=30 TH=60 Original File Compressed File Size Compression Ratio (CR) Bits Per Pixel (BPP) Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR)
13 114 Chart 6.1: Threshold V/s Compression ratio for cameraman image Chart 6.2: Threshold V/s PSNR for cameraman image Chart 6.3: Threshold V/s BPP for cameraman image
14 115 From the tabulated results, it is evident that the proposed huffman coding based 2DDTCWT algorithm presents outstanding results. A higher compression ratio can be attained by selecting an appropriate threshold value. Threshold V/s Compression ratio, Threshold V/s PSNR and Threshold V/s BPP graphs have been depicted in the Charts 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3. respectively. Here the curves are related to the existing and proposed methods. The existing method is based on DWT with EZW and huffman encoding. The proposed method is based on only huffman coding with 2DDTCWT. It is apparent that the proposed method gives better performance in compression ratio, BPP and PSNR values compared to the existing method. Table 6.3:Different parameter values at different thresholds for lenargb image Parameter TH=6 TH=10 TH=20 TH=30 TH=40 TH=50 TH=60 Original File Compressed File Size Compression Ratio (CR) Bits Per Pixel (BPP) Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) RMS error Different parameters like original image size, compressed image size, CR, BPP, PSNR and RMS error for various thresholds are calculated and tabulated in the Table 6.3 for lenargb image of size 256 x 256.
15 116 The original lenargb image and retrieved images for different thresholding values ( TH = 10, 20, 30, 40, 50) and their corresponding PSNR values are shown in fig:6.5_a, fig:6.5_b, fig:6.5_c, fig:6.5_d, fig:6.5_e, and fig:6.5_f respectively. Magnetic Resonance Imaging(MRI) is useful for showing abnormalities of the brain such as hemorrhage, stroke, tumor, multiple sclerosis etc., Signal processing is required to detect and decode the abnormalities in MRI imaging. Table 6.4:Different parameter values at different thresholds for a medical image Parameter TH=6 TH=10 TH=20 TH=30 TH=40 TH=50 TH=60 Original File Compressed File Size Compression Ratio (CR) Bits Per Pixel (BPP) Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) RMS error Different parameters like original image size, compressed image size, CR, BPP, PSNR and RMS error for various thresholds are calculated and tabulated in the Table 6.4 for medical image of size 256 x 256.
16 117 Cameraman image Image Size: 256*256 Fig 6.4(a)Input image Fig 6.4(d)Threshold=30,PSNR= Fig 6.4(b)Threshold=10,PSNR= Fig 6.4(e)Threshold=50,PSNR=26.23 Fig6.4(c)Threshold=20,PSNR= Fig 6.4(f)Threshold=60,PSNR= Fig 6.4 Illustration of 2DDTCWT based image compression for various thresholds of cameraman image
17 118 lenargb image Image Size: 256*256 Fig 6.5(a)Input image Fig 6.5(d)Threshold=30,PSNR=29.81 Fig 6.5(b)Threshold=10,PSNR=36.29 Fig 6.5(e)Threshold=40,PSNR =28.25 Fig 6.5(c)Threshold=20,PSNR= Fig 6.5(f)Threshold=50,PSNR=27.41 Fig 6.5 Illustration of DTCWT based image compression for various Thresholds of LenaRGB image
18 119 Medical image Image Size: 256*256 Fig 6.6(a)Input image Fig 6.6(d)Threshold=30,PSNR= Fig 6.6(b)Threshold=10,PSNR= Fig 6.6(e)Threshold=40,PSNR= Fig 6.6(c)Threshold=20,PSNR=30.96 Fig 6.6(f)Threshold=50,PSNR= Fig 6.6 Illustration of DTCWT based image compression for various Thresholds of medical image
19 120 Original medical image and retrieved images for different thresholding values ( TH = 10, 20, 30, 40, 50) and their corresponding PSNR values are shown in fig:6.6_a, fig:6.6_b, fig:6.6_c, fig:6.6_d, fig:6.6_e, and fig:6.6_f respectively. The proposed huffman based 2DDTCWT image compression technique outperforms in terms of good compression ratio, better BPP and higher PSNR. The algorithm is examined on different standard images and it is investigated that the proposed image compression method gives consistent results compared to the results obtained from existing method[62]. It is also identified that the results obtained by the proposed method are as good as the compression method using embedded zerotree wavelet (EZW) and huffman coding 6.7 SUMMARY In this chapter huffman coding and decoding is explained. Huffman coding based complex wavelet transform image compression algorithm is implemented. The results are compared with existing embedded zerotree wavelet (EZW) along with huffman coding method. From the investigation results it is evident that a slight better compression ratio is achieved with single encoding method compared to two encoding methods used in the existing method. In the next chapter conclusions and further scope for improvements are explained.
CHAPTER 7. Page No. 7 Conclusions and Future Scope Conclusions Future Scope 123
CHAPTER 7 Page No 7 Conclusions and Future Scope 121 7.1 Conclusions 121 7.2 Future Scope 123 121 CHAPTER 7 CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE SCOPE 7.1 CONCLUSIONS In this thesis, the investigator discussed mainly
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