This is my Java implementation of the EZW image codec according to Shapiro's paper:
- "Embedded Image Coding Using Zerotrees of Wavelet Coefficients." IEEE Trans. on signal proc. Vol. 41, No 12, December, 1993.
Git repository: https://github.com/carueda/ezw.
To compile the package, just type:
which assumes you have the Apache Ant tool.
To run a complete encode/decode test:
cd work/ make image=al.pgm filter=haar
this will encode an image using the program is.ezw.SAQ and then the encoded bit stream will be decoded and displayed progressively using the program is.ezw.ProgressiveViewer. If you don't have a unix-like environment, just have a look at the Makefile to see how you can call the java programs directly.
Any image that java can read can be used; the only requirement is that it be square with side length a power of 2. If the image is in color, its green component is used for all processing.
These filters are implemented:
See the Makefile for other parameters.
Note: this was mainly a personal learning exercise. I put some effort for a clear design but couldn't find the time to properly comment the source code. Anyway, hope you find the code and the demo program useful.