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T.Y. Young, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Miami
The paper is concerned with the reduction of overhead storage, i.e., the stored compression/decompression (C/D) table, in field-level data file compression. A large C/D table can occupy a lage fraction of maim memory space during compression and decompression, and may cause excessve page swapping in virtual memory systems. A two-stage approach is studied, including the reuired additional C/D table decompression time. It appears that the approach has limitations and is not completely satisfactory.
Index Terms:
storage reduction techniques, Cluster analysis, data file compression, data transformation, multilinear approach, overhead storage, performance analyis, piecewise linear transformation
Citation:
T.Y. Young, P.S. Liu, "Overhead Storage Considerations and a Multilinear Method for Data File Compression," IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 340-347, July 1980, doi:10.1109/TSE.1980.234490
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