Fractal Transform

The fractal transform is a technique invented by Michael Barnsley et al. to perform lossy image compression. This first practical fractal compression system for digital images resembles a vector quantization system using the image itself as the codebook.

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Fractal Transform - Patents
... The basic patents covering Fractal Image Compression, U.S ... Patents 4,941,193, 5,065,447, 5,384,867, 5,416,856, and 5,430,812 appear to be expired ...
Fractal Compression - History
... Michael Barnsley led development of fractal compression in 1987, and was granted several patents on the technology ... The most widely known practical fractal compression algorithm was invented by Barnsley and Alan Sloan ... All methods are based on the fractal transform using iterated function systems ...

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