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Compression artifact

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  1. the result of an aggressive data compression scheme applied to an image, audio, or video that discards some data that may be too complex to store in the available data-rate, or may have been incorrectly determined by an algorithm to be of little subj

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    created by user picturefactobot on November 24, 2008
  2. Artifacts are often a result of the latent errors inherent in lossy data compression

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  3. Technically speaking, a compression artifact is a particular class of data error that is usually the consequence of quantization in lossy data compression

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  4. Where transform coding is used, they typically assume the form of one of the basis functions of the coder's transform space

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  5. Compression artifacts occur in many common media such as DVDs, common computer file formats such as JPEG, MP3, or MPEG files, and Sony's ATRAC compression algorithm

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