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Title: Faster techniques to evolve wavelet coefficients for better fingerprint image compression
Authors: Mythili, P
Shanavaz, K T
Keywords: wavelets
lifting scheme
evolved transforms
genetic algorithm (GA)
image compression
fingerprint
Issue Date: 13-Sep-2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Abstract: In this article, techniques have been presented for faster evolution of wavelet lifting coefficients for fingerprint image compression (FIC). In addition to increasing the computational speed by 81.35%, the coefficients performed much better than the reported coefficients in literature. Generally, full-size images are used for evolving wavelet coefficients, which is time consuming. To overcome this, in this work, wavelets were evolved with resized, cropped, resized-average and cropped-average images. On comparing the peak- signal-to-noise-ratios (PSNR) offered by the evolved wavelets, it was found that the cropped images excelled the resized images and is in par with the results reported till date. Wavelet lifting coefficients evolved from an average of four 256 256 centre-cropped images took less than 1/5th the evolution time reported in literature. It produced an improvement of 1.009 dB in average PSNR. Improvement in average PSNR was observed for other compression ratios (CR) and degraded images as well. The proposed technique gave better PSNR for various bit rates, with set partitioning in hierarchical trees (SPIHT) coder. These coefficients performed well with other fingerprint databases as well.
Description: International Journal of Electronics, 2013 Vol. 100, No. 5, 655 -668
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/4524
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