### Table 2 Entropy and wavelet transform entropy for four nonadjacent MR brain slices from the image sets.

### Table 2. Camera settings used to acquire fundus images.

### Table 2: Entropy reduction by wavelet transformation.

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### Table 2: Entropy reduction by wavelet transformation. 26

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### Table 2: Example of 3-level wavelet transform of an image [4].

"... In PAGE 7: ... In [4], an 8 8 wavelet decomposed image has been used to present the details of the EZW algorithm. We use the same example ( Table2 ) and assume that re ning each coe cient a ects all output pixels in the same row or column (a logical assumption on the length of lters for an 8 8 image). The normal reconstruction approach takes 1024 multiplications to create each re nement of the output.... ..."

### Table 1. Average retrieval rate (%) in the top 15 matches using pyramid wavelet transform (DWT) and wavelet frames (DWF).

"... In PAGE 3: ... The em- ployed wavelet transforms are the traditional wavelet pyramids (DWT) and the non-subsampled discrete wavelet frames (DWF) using the 8-tap Daubechies orthogonal wavelets. Table1 sum- maries the comparison in performance in average percentages of retrieving relevant images in the top 15 matches.... ..."

### Table 5 Comparison of entropy

"... In PAGE 10: ... That is, ALZ coding compresses the best, and Huffman coding the worst. Table5 presents the entropy, in terms of bpp (bit per pixel). It shows the original 3-D image set entropy (the entropy of V(x, y, z)), the entropy of the differences d(x, y, z), the entropy of the predicted integer wavelet transformed image set and the ... ..."

### Table 1 criterion parameter of different fusion images. pca, principle component analysis; WT, wavelet transformation; LWT, lifting wavelet transformation. average gradient, standard deviation, and entropy (Np) are measured by intensity value, i.e., the image grey degree value.

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