Data compression and archiving software implementation and their algorithm comparison
Jung, Young Je
Myers, Glen A.
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Although data compression has been studied for over 30 years, many new techniques are still evolving. There is considerable software available that incorporates compression schemes and archiving techniques. The U.S. Navy is interested in knowing the performance of this software. This thesis studies and compares the software. The testing files consist of the file types specified by the U.S. Naval Security Detachment at Pensacola, Florida.
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