Compression Coding Method Using Internal Restructuring of Information Space
Keywords:video information resource, restructuring, quantitative sign, coding, reliability, communication channel
The subject of the study in this article is data transmission processes of the video information resource in the information communication systems of the air segment under the conditions of errors in the data transmission channel. The purpose of the article is the development of the method of compression coding in order to ensure an increase in the level of reliability of video information resources under the conditions of errors in communication channels. The following tasks are identified: to develop a method of compression coding using structural decomposition of statistical space; analyze the effectiveness of the developed method from the standpoint of ensuring the required level of reliability. The following results are obtained: the developed method of encoding video information allows increasing the level of reliability in the conditions of the transmission of video information resources in the information communication systems of the air segment due to the localization of the action of errors.
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