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Two professors introduce a new digital encoding technology

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 11 Jan 2002 13:10

Two mathematics professors, Akram Aldroubi and Karlheinz Aldroubi, claim that their new theory could, if implemented, change the world of digital "lossy" encoding upside down.
"Our theory -- which is based on a lot of beautiful new mathematics -- can produce more accurate digital representations of all kinds of samples, including those that classical methods handle poorly or cannot handle at all," Aldroubi was quoted as saying. "It generates algorithms that are fast, efficient, stable, and robust."

Definately a very interesting -- lossy compression that is based on new thinking and focusing on new methods of digital representation.

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