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Information quantity in a pixel of digital image

by   M. Kharinov, et al.

The paper is devoted to the problem of integer-valued estimating of information quantity in a pixel of digital image. The definition of an integer estimation of information quantity based on constructing of the certain binary hierarchy of pixel clusters is proposed. The methods for constructing hierarchies of clusters and generating of hierarchical sequences of image approximations that minimally differ from the image by a standard deviation are developed. Experimental results on integer-valued estimation of information quantity are compared with the results obtained by utilizing of the classical formulas.


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