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A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism

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A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism. / Iordache, R.; Beghdadi, A.

Eusipco 2000, X European Signal Processing Conference September 4-8, 2000, Tampere, Finland. toim. / M. Gabbouj; P. Kuosmanen. 2000. s. 2113-2116.

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Iordache, R & Beghdadi, A 2000, A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism. julkaisussa M Gabbouj & P Kuosmanen (toim), Eusipco 2000, X European Signal Processing Conference September 4-8, 2000, Tampere, Finland. Sivut 2113-2116.

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Iordache, R., & Beghdadi, A. (2000). A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism. teoksessa M. Gabbouj, & P. Kuosmanen (Toimittajat), Eusipco 2000, X European Signal Processing Conference September 4-8, 2000, Tampere, Finland (Sivut 2113-2116)

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Iordache R, Beghdadi A. A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism. julkaisussa Gabbouj M, Kuosmanen P, toimittajat, Eusipco 2000, X European Signal Processing Conference September 4-8, 2000, Tampere, Finland. 2000. s. 2113-2116

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Iordache, R. ; Beghdadi, A. / A robust image vector quantization transmission system with an embedded degradation control mechanism. Eusipco 2000, X European Signal Processing Conference September 4-8, 2000, Tampere, Finland. Toimittaja / M. Gabbouj ; P. Kuosmanen. 2000. Sivut 2113-2116

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