Post Processing Using Enhanced Discrete Cosine Transform for Image Compression

  • Kanchanadevi B, Dr.P.R.Tamilselvi


Image compression assumes an imperative part in advanced image processing. The requirement for image compression becomes clear when number of pieces per image is computed coming about because of commonplace testing rates and. quantization strategies. Image Compression is considered utilizing 2-D discrete Cosine Transform. The original image is transformed in 8-by-8 squares and afterward backwards transformed in 8-by-8 squares to make the reconstructed image. The backwards DCT would be performed utilizing the subset of DCT coefficients. The error image (the distinction between the original and reconstructed image) would be displayed. Error esteem for each image would be determined over different estimations of DCT co-efficient as chosen by the client and would be displayed eventually to distinguish the accuracy and compression in the subsequent. In this paper, the EDCT technique investigates the JPEG for image Compression/Decompression using Enhanced Discrete Cosine transform. Image and coming about execution parameter would be demonstrated regarding Mean Square Error.

How to Cite
Kanchanadevi B, Dr.P.R.Tamilselvi. (2020). Post Processing Using Enhanced Discrete Cosine Transform for Image Compression. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 9372 - 9386. Retrieved from