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Title: Reducing the complexity of multiscale error diffusion
Authors: Lui, KC
Chan, YH 
Issue Date: 2006
Source: TENCON 2006 : 2006 IEEE Region 10 Conference : Hong Kong, China, 14-17 November 2006, p. [1-4] (CD)
Abstract: Multiscale error diffusion (MED) is superior to conventional error diffusion algorithms as it can eliminate directional hysteresis completely. However, the complexity of this frame-oriented process is much higher and makes it not suitable for real-time applications. In this paper, a fast MED algorithm is proposed. The complexity of this algorithm is remarkably reduced as compared with conventional MED algorithms. It also supports parallel processing.
Keywords: Computational complexity
Hysteresis
Parallel processing systems
Real time systems
Publisher: IEEE
ISBN: 1-4244-0549-1
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