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The next section shall present an introduction to the most commonly used methods in data compression and cryptography, together with a short survey of past work.
Section 2 expresses the problems of big data compression and encryption in wireless communication.
The existing road traffic data compression methods mainly focus on the compression of road traffic network data.
Uplink Data Compression deployed without requiring any hardware upgrade.
A companion to his Optical Satellite Signal Processing and Enhancement, the book can introduce beginners to the basics and evolution of data compression, or can serve as a reference for experienced practitioners working on onboard and ground satellite data compression, data handling and manipulation, and the deployment of data-compression subsystems.
Data compression is being looked at as a solution to counter this ever-expanding flood.
A scheme of test data compression based on irrational number dictionary code [9] is presented.
Data compression is considered as a promising method to overcome these limitations, which reduces data capacity prior to data transmission and also reduces power consumption.
29 August 2013 a[euro]" Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) has acquired Swedish data compression start-up AlgoTrim AB, a spokeswoman for the US technology major told AllThingsD, confirming the deal, which was initially reported by Swedish news agency Rapidus.
Data compression Today's sophisticated applications generate a growing volume of network traffic.

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