Implementing a Novel Data Structure for Maintaining Cumulative Frequency of Symbols

A new data structure, namely "Cumulative Frequency Matrix (CFM)", is proposed here for maintaining cumulative frequencies. For an order-0 model having 256 symbols, CFM is a 2-D array of 16 rows and 16 columns. Two nibbles, say L for left and R for right, of a byte symbol represents row and column dimensions respectively. Matrix element (L, R) represents cumulative frequency of symbol with right nibble as R among symbols with left nibble as L. Within row, it stores cumulative frequency of symbols with right nibble varying from 0 to 15. Adaptive arithmetic coding is a lossless data compression method.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Applications Topic: Networking Date Added: Mar 2012 Format: PDF

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