Wireless Image Applications and Formats for Image Processing in the Field of Transport
Keywords: image processing format, image applications, JPEG 2000, Bluetooth, Internet
AbstractThe work deals with the third generation of image processingse1vices including multimedia service of messaging. Adaptationof digital images on the Internet depends on factors suchas the number of Internet users, processing capacities and thebandwidth. In the context of mobile Internet, sending of imagesis still being developed. As the number of se1vices and users isgrowing, as well as the demands for image applications, this iscompared to the development of image applications in ftxedInternet.
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Kovačević D, Kaštela S, Brkić A. Wireless Image Applications and Formats for Image Processing in the Field of Transport. Promet [Internet]. 1 [cited 2023Jun.6];14(3):141-7. Available from: https://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/860
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