Melbourne 2002 Main ideas of zero tree encoding: When the parent is small the children are small If a root of a tree is smaller than a given threshold, and all descendants are too, then only the root needs to be encoded Many values of the result of the wavelet transform are small, as they are differences of neighbors.
Melbourne 2002 … an arrary of SHARCs to provides throughput 160 Mb/s. … 2.5 billion floating point operations per second. … first demonstration of real-time image processing in space. image cube from a 30 km wide swath of Korea’s coastline. (Launch: 2001?) Nemo