DNA CODING FOR IMAGE STORAGE USING IMAGE COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES

Abstract : Living in the age of the digital media explosion the urge for finding new efficient methods of data storage increases significantly. Existing storage devices such as hard disks, flash, tape or even optical storage have limited durability in the range of 5 to 20 years. Recent studies have proven that the method of DNA data storage introduces a strong candidate to achieve data longevity. The DNA's biological properties permit the compression of a great amount of information into an extraordinary small volume while also promising efficient data storage for millions of years with no loss of information. This work proposes a new encoding scheme especially designed for the encoding of still images, extending the existing algorithms of DNA data storage by introducing image compression techniques.
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Melpomeni Dimopoulou, Marc Antonini, Pascal Barbry, Raja Appuswamy. DNA CODING FOR IMAGE STORAGE USING IMAGE COMPRESSION TECHNIQUES. CORESA 2018, Nov 2018, Poitiers, France. ⟨hal-02085147⟩

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