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This document specifies a series of interfaces to allow disparate systems an interoperable management of image repositories. It also specifies the general rules which govern the usage of metadata in JPSearch and provides a specification which provides rules for the representation of image metadata descriptions, consisting of the definition of the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema, provides rules for the publication of machine-readable translations between metadata terms belonging to proprietary metadata schemas and metadata terms in the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema, and provides rules for the registration and request of metadata schemas and its translation rules or links to them. JPSearch is an extensible standard. The method of extending the structures and rules beyond the JPSearch Core Metadata Schema is provided in this document.

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This document specifies a coded codestream format for storage of light field modalities as well as associated metadata descriptors that are light field modality specific. This document also provides information on the encoding tools.

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This document specifies the plenoptic image coding system framework architecture and its instantiation via a generic file format for storage of plenoptic modalities as well as associated metadata descriptors.

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This document specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content. This document defines extensions that allow lossless coding of such content while staying compatible with the core coding system specified in ISO/IEC 18477-1.

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This document specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content. This document defines the core coding system, which forms the basis for the entire ISO/IEC 18477 series.

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This document specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XR, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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This document specifies privacy and security features which contribute to a system layer for JPEG standards. It defines generic structures that can be applied in all JPEG box-based file formats. In particular, this document specifies a signalling syntax supporting privacy and security features. The framework in this document is backwards-compatible with existing JPEG standards.

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This Specification provides reference software for the coding technology specified in Recommendation ITU-T T.81 | ISO/IEC 10918-1. While the reference implementations also provide an encoder, conformance testing of their encoding process is beyond the scope of this Specification.

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This Recommendation | International Standard defines a set of lossless (bit-preserving) and lossy compression methods for coding bi-level, continuous-tone grey-scale, palletized colour, or continuous-tone colour digital still images. This Recommendation | International Standard: ? specifies decoding processes for converting compressed image data to reconstructed image data; ? specifies a codestream syntax containing information for interpreting the compressed image data; ? specifies a file format; ? provides guidance on encoding processes for converting source image data to compressed image data; ? provides guidance on how to implement these processes in practice. NOTE ? As this specification was first published as common text only after ISO/IEC JTC1 had approved the first edition in 2000, edition numbers in the ITU and ISO/IEC versions are offset by one. This is the third edition of ITU-T T.800 and the fourth edition of ISO/IEC 15444-1.

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This Recommendation | International Standard specifies an alternate block-coding algorithm that can be used in place of the block-coding algorithm specified in Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1. This alternate block-coding algorithm offers a significant increase in throughput at the expense of slightly reduced coding efficiency, while a) allowing mathematically lossless transcoding to and from codestreams that use the block-coding algorithm specified in Rec. ITU‑T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1, and b) preserving codestream syntax and features specified in Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1. Recommendation ITU-T T.814 (2019) is a common text with ISO/IEC 15444-15:2019, both in their first edition.

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This Recommendation | International Standard specifies the encapsulation of image formats specified in the JPEG 2000 family of Recommendations | International Standards in the framework defined in ISO/IEC 23008-12.

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This document specifies omnidirectional/360-degree image and motion contents using Rec. ITU-T T.81 | ISO/IEC 10918‑1, Rec. ITU-T T.800 (11/2015) | ISO/IEC 15444‑1, and ISO/IEC 18477-3.

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This document describes the JPEG universal metadata box format (JUMBF), which provides a universal format to embed any type of metadata in any box-based JPEG file format. This document defines the syntax of the JUMBF box and the mechanism to assign specific content types. In particular, this document specifies XML, JSON, codestream and UUID types. In addition, this document defines the syntax to reference or request the embedded metadata content within or outside the image.

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This Recommendation | International Standard defines methods for coding bi-level images and sets of images (documents consisting of multiple pages). It is particularly suitable for bi-level images consisting of text and dithered (halftone) data. The methods defined permit lossless (bit-preserving) coding, lossy coding, and progressive coding. In progressive coding, the first image is lossy; subsequent images may be lossy or lossless. This Recommendation | International Standard also defines file formats to enclose the coded bi-level image data.

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This European Standard specifies the definition of the different processing steps (levels) of images coming from Earth observation systems observing the surface of the Earth regarding the different sensor sources of the origin data.
It applies at least to image products generated from the following types of sensors:
-   electro-optical (including infrared and hyper-spectral);
-   SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar).
The standard allows to identify the information depth and the used auxiliary data/information. Furthermore it allows the comprehension of image data from different sources and gives hints about the information compatibility.

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ISO/IEC 18477-5:2018 provides reference implementations of multiple parts of the ISO/IEC 18477 series, also known under the name "JPEG XT". JPEG XT is designed primarily for compression of continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC 18477-4:2017 specifies the framework, concepts, methodology for testing, and criteria to be achieved to claim conformance to one or multiple parts of ISO/IEC 18477 as listed below. It provides a framework for specifying abstract test suites and for defining the procedures to be followed during conformance testing. ISO/IEC 18477-4:2017 - specifies conformance testing procedures for decoding of ISO/IEC 18477‑1, 18477-2, ISO/IEC 18477‑6, ISO/IEC 18477‑7, ISO/IEC 18477‑8 and ISO/IEC 18477‑9, - specifies conformance testing procedures for codestreams to the above International Standards, - specifies codestreams, decoded images, and error metrics to be used within the decoder testing procedures, and - specifies abstract test suites.

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ISO/IEC TR 29170-1:2017 recommends best practices for coding system evaluation of images and image sequences. ISO/IEC TR 29170-1:2017 defines a common vocabulary of terms for coding system evaluation and divides evaluation methods into three broad categories: a) subjective assessment; b) objective assessment; c) computational assessment. In addition to these broad assessment categories, this document discusses special care that is given for coding unusual imagery, e.g. high dynamic range or high colour depth. A fourth assessment category, hardware complexity, is often important for real-time or computationally complex applications; however, it is outside the scope of this document.

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ISO/IEC 18477-7:2017 specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC 18477-9:2016 specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC TR 19566-2:2016 important information with the goal of elaborating a system layer for JPEG standards, referred to as JPEG systems. ISO/IEC TR 19566-2:2016 summarizes the principles of incremental codestream and file transport that are intended to form the future building blocks JPEG systems. Industrial implementations, future codecs and systems components are encouraged to follow these guidelines.

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ISO/IEC 18477-2:2016 specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC TR 19566-1:2016 describes common elements of a system layer for JPEG standards, referred to as JPEG Systems. ISO/IEC TR 19566-1:2016 describes the common architecture of file formats and codestream formats used in JPEG standards. It is intended that all future Systems components support codestreams and file formats following these guidelines.

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ISO/IEC 18477-6:2016 specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC 18477-3:2015 specifies a coding format, referred to as JPEG XT, which is designed primarily for continuous-tone photographic content.

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ISO/IEC 15444-5:2015 defines a set of lossless and lossy compression methods for coding continuous-tone, bi-level, greyscale or colour digital still images. This Recommendation | International Standard provides three independently created software reference implementations of Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1, in order to assist implementers of Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1 in testing and understanding its content. The packages are JASPER, JJ2000 and OPENJPEG. The reference software packages are informative only. This Recommendation | International Standard does not define any additional part of the JPEG 2000 image coding system. Each version of the reference software contains source code, which may be compiled to provide the following functionality: - transcoding from selected, widely available image formats into a JPEG 2000 codestream; - transcoding from selected, widely available image formats into the JP2 file format; - selection of a wide range of JPEG 2000 encoding options (as documented in each reference software); - decoding from a JPEG 2000 codestream to a range of selected widely available image formats; - Processing of a JP2 file to extract a JPEG 2000 codestream for decoding and conversion to a range of selected widely available image formats. - The ability to extract metadata from a JP2 file, including the contents of the Image Header box and the colour space. - The decoding of JP2 files that use the Three-Component Matrix-Based form of the Restricted ICC method for the specification of colour space and the conversion of the decoded image data to the sRGB colour space for display, including limited upsampling of all decoded components to the same resolution. - The decoding of JP2 files that use the Monochrome form of the Restricted ICC method for the specification of colour space and the conversion of the decoded image data to the sRGB based greyscale space as defined within the JP2 file format. - The decoding of JP2 files that use the sYCC colour space and the conversion of the decoded image data to the sRGB colour space for display, including upsampling of all decoded components to the same resolution. - some additional tools to help with evaluation and testing. The reference software is intended for use as a testing and validation tool for other implementations of JPEG 2000, and to help in the understanding of Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1. Although components of the reference software may find application in software intended for product development, this was not an objective of the development of this software, and prospective implementers are cautioned against making any estimations of performance or resource usage based on the reference software.

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ISO/IEC 29170-2:2015 normalizes evaluation and grading of a light coding system used for displays and display systems, but is independent of the display technology. This procedure measures whether an observer can distinguish between an uncompressed reference and the reconstructed image to a pre-determined, statistically meaningful level. The procedure compares individual images with two possible forced choice comparison test methods. This procedure relies on subjective evaluation methods designed to discern image imperfections on electronic colour displays of any technology or size.

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This part of ISO 22028 defines a family of extended colour-gamut output-referred RGB colour image encodings designated as reference output medium metric RGB (ROMM RGB). Digital images encoded using ROMM RGB can be manipulated, stored, transmitted, displayed, or printed by digital still picture imaging systems. Three precision levels are defined using 8-, 12- and 16-bits/channel.

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This part of ISO 22028 specifies a family of scene-referred extended colour gamut RGB colour image encodings designated as reference input medium metric RGB (RIMM RGB). Digital images encoded using RIMM RGB can be manipulated, stored, transmitted, displayed or printed by digital still picture imaging systems. Three precision levels are defined using 8-, 12- and 16-bits/channel. An extended luminance dynamic range version of RIMM RGB is also defined, designated as extended reference input medium metric RGB (ERIMM RGB). Two precision levels of ERIMM RGB are defined using 12- and 16-bits/channel. FP-RIMM RGB, a floating point version of RIMM RGB, defines the expression method of RIMM RGB in a floating point figure. Three precision levels of FP-RIMM RGB are defined using 16-, 32- and 64-bits/channel.

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This Technical Specification defines an extended colour-gamut output-referred RGB colour image encoding designated as European Colour Initiative RGB [eciRGB (2008)]. Digital images encoded using eciRGB (2008) can be manipulated, stored, transmitted, displayed, or printed by digital still picture imaging systems. Two precision levels are defined, using 8 bits/channel and 16 bits/channel.

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ISO/IEC 15444-14:2012 specifies an XML document, referred to as JPXML, which is designed primarily for representing JPEG 2000 file format and marker segments in codestream, and referring method of internal data in a JPEG 2000 image. It specifies - JPXML conversion rules for general box file formats, - JPXML conversion rules for JPEG 2000 family file formats and codestream segments, and - a complete referring location path to address to an exact box or codestream data in an image. And it provides - guidance on processes for converting a source image data to an XML structural document, and - guidance on how to implement these processes in practice.

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This Recommendation | International Standard defines a normative but optional file format for storing compound images using the JPEG 2000 file format family architecture. This format is an extension of the JP2 file format defined in Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1 Annex I and uses boxes defined for both the JP2 file format and the JPX file format defined in Rec. ITU-T T.801 | ISO/IEC 15444-2 Annex M. This Recommendation | International Standard is useful for applications storing multiple pages, images with mixed content, and/or images that need more structure than provided in JP2. Applications that implement this file format shall implement it as described in this Recommendation | International Standard. This Recommendation | International Standard: ? specifies a binary container for multiple bi-level and continuous-tone images used to represent a compound image; ? specifies a mechanism by which multiple images can be combined into a single compound image, based on the mixed raster content (MRC) model; ? specifies a mechanism for grouping multiple images in a hierarchy of layout objects, pages and page collections; ? specifies a mechanism for storing JPEG 2000 and other compressed image data formats; ? specifies a mechanism by which metadata can be included in files specified by this Recommendation | International Standard.

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ISO/IEC 10918-5:2013 specifies the JPEG File Interchange Format (JFIF).

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ISO/IEC 10918-6:2013 specifies a subset of features and application tools for the interchange of images encoded according to the JPEG image coding standard (Rec. ITU-T T.81 | ISO/IEC 10918-1) for printing.

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ISO/IEC 24800-6:2012 describes reference software for the normative clauses as well as utility software demonstrating the usage scenarios of ISO/IEC 24800-2 to ISO/IEC 24800-5. The information provided is applicable for the reference software modules available for ISO/IEC 24800-2 to ISO/IEC 24800-5 and helps users of ISO/IEC 24800 to understand functionality and usage of ISO/IEC 24800 and software. Each software module provided in ISO/IEC 24800-6:2012 can be used either as standalone software or as a part of larger integrated software depending on the module. This suite of software contains four independent running software modules: Metadata Translation Module for ISO/IEC 24800-2; JPQF Query Processor Module for ISO/IEC 24800-3; Embedded Metadata Codec Module for ISO/IEC 24800-4; Repository Import/Export Module for ISO/IEC 24800-5. The Metadata Translation Module allows users to translate metadata instances from/to one of MPEG-7, Dublin Core and JPSearch Core metadata. The JPQF Query Processor Module checks the syntactic and semantic validity of JPQF queries and allows users to search and retrieve from the provided small-size example metadata file. The Embedded Metadata Codec Module allows users to actually embed and retrieve JPSearch Core or MPEG-7 metadata in JPEG or JPEG2000 image files. The Repository Import/Export Module provides an example case of importing and exporting content repository using the XML schema defined in ISO/IEC 24800-5 and the provided small test database.

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ISO/IEC 29199-5:2012 provides reference software for ITU-T Rec. T.832 | ISO/IEC 29199-2 as an electronic attachment. The reference software is an integral part of ISO/IEC 29199-5:2012. The purpose of ISO/IEC 29199-5:2012 is to provide reference decoder software capable of decoding codestreams (or files) that conform to ITU-T Rec. T.832 | ISO/IEC 29199-2 in a manner that conforms to the decoding process specified in ITU-T Rec. T.832 | ISO/IEC 29199-2; and sample encoder software capable of producing codestreams (or files) that conform to ITU-T Rec. T.832 | ISO/IEC 29199-2.

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ISO/IEC 15444-10:2011 defines a set of lossless (bit-preserving) and lossy compression methods for coding continuous-tone, bi-level, grey-scale, colour digital volumetric images, or multi-component volumetric images. This set of methods extends the elements in the core coding system described in Rec. ITU‑T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1 and Rec. ITU-T T.801 | ISO/IEC 15444-2. Extensions which pertain to encoding and decoding are defined as procedures which may be used in combination with the encoding and decoding processes described in Rec. ITU-T T.800 | ISO/IEC 15444-1 and Rec. ITU-T T.801 | ISO/IEC 15444-2. Each encoding or decoding extension shall be used only in combination with particular coding processes and only in accordance with the requirements set forth herein. ISO/IEC 15444-10:2011 also defines extensions to the compressed data format, i.e. interchange format and the abbreviated formats. In particular, for Rec. ITU-T T.801 | ISO/IEC 15444-2, the following extensions are supported by ISO/IEC 15444-10:2011: variable DC offset; arbitrary wavelet transform kernels; multi-component transformations; non-linear transformations; region-of-interest.

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ISO/IEC 24800-5:2011 specifies a data interchange format for the exchange of image collections and respective metadata between ISO/IEC 24800 (JPSearch) compliant repositories. It enables the synchronization of repositories across different devices and platforms by providing an easy and reliable data transfer mechanism. In particular, it provides the following functionalities: exchange of data between JPSearch repositories on different devices and platforms; consolidation of metadata generated on different systems; transferral of data to a newer and better system; consolidation of selected data to a centralized repository; archive of data in a format which will survive current products.

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