Michael J. Gormish mainly focuses on Algorithm, Decoding methods, Wavelet transform, Lossy compression and Encoding. His work on Entropy encoding as part of general Algorithm study is frequently linked to Data stream, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Entropy encoding research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Discrete wavelet transform, Stationary wavelet transform and Electronic engineering.
His Wavelet transform study is focused on Wavelet, Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. In his research on the topic of Lossy compression, Quantization, Image compression and JPEG is strongly related with Lossless compression. The Encoding study combines topics in areas such as Finite-state machine, Bitstream, Variable length and Compression.
Michael J. Gormish focuses on Artificial intelligence, Algorithm, Computer vision, Decoding methods and Image. Michael J. Gormish has researched Artificial intelligence in several fields, including Computer graphics and Pattern recognition. His studies in Algorithm integrate themes in fields like Entropy and Wavelet transform.
His Entropy research includes elements of Lossy compression and Context model. His Decoding methods study incorporates themes from Speech recognition and Encoding. His Image research incorporates themes from Identifier and Database.
Michael J. Gormish spends much of his time researching Multimedia, Database, Stroke, Workflow and Session. In his study, Classifier is inextricably linked to User interface, which falls within the broad field of Multimedia. Many of his research projects under Database are closely connected to Risk analysis with Risk analysis, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Workflow study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electronic document, World Wide Web, Generator and Dashboard. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Document engineering and Computer graphics. His Geography research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Image stitching, Computer vision and Artificial intelligence.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Image, Multimedia, Workflow, Business and Computer network. His Image study deals with the bigger picture of Artificial intelligence. His Artificial intelligence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Computer vision and Product.
His studies deal with areas such as Analytics, Data mining, Classifier, User interface and Information capture as well as Multimedia. His research on Workflow concerns the broader Database. He interconnects Tamper resistance, Database transaction, Theoretical computer science and Forms processing in the investigation of issues within Computer network.
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An overview of JPEG-2000
M.W. Marcellin;M.J. Gormish;A. Bilgin;M.P. Boliek.
data compression conference (2000)
Method and apparatus for encoding and decoding data
Edward L. Schwartz;Michael J. Gormish;James D. Allen;Martin Boliek.
Compression and decompression system with reversible wavelets and lossy reconstruction
Edward L Schwartz;エル シュワルツ エドワード;F Keith Alexander;エフ キース アレクサンダー.
Reformatting documents using document analysis information
Kathrin Berkner;Christophe Marle;Edward L. Schwartz;Michael J. Gormish.
Method and apparatus for compression using reversible wavelet transforms and an embedded codestream
Ahmad Zandi;Edward L. Schwartz;Michael J. Gormish;Martin Boliek.
Reversible wavelet transform and embedded codestream manipulation
Ahmad Zandi;Martin Boliek.
Compression/decompression using reversible embedded wavelets
Alexander F. Keith;Edward L. Schwartz;Ahmad Zandi;Martin Boliek.
Method and Apparatus for Parallel Encoding and Decoding of Data
Dzhejms D Allen;Martin Bolajk;Majkl Gormish;Ehdvard L Shvarts.
Method and apparatus for placing data onto plain paper
Maikeru Jiee Goomitsushiyu;Maaku Piaasu;Deibitsudo Jii Sutooku.
Lossless and nearly lossless compression for high quality images
Michael J. Gormish;Edward L. Schwartz;Alexander F. Keith;Martin P. Boliek.
electronic imaging (1997)
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