What is Bit Plane Slicing in Image processing
Image Processing / February 17, 2018

Bit plane slicing is well known technique used in Image processing. In image compression Bit plane slicing is used. Bit plane slicing is the conversion of image into multilevel binary image. These binary images are then compressed using different algorithm. With this technique, the valid bits from gray scale images can be separated, and it will be useful for processing these data in very less time complexity. Digitally, an image is represented in terms of pixels. These pixels can be expressed further in terms of bits. Separating a digital image into its bit-planes is useful for analyzing the relative importance played by each bit of image, a process aids in determining the adequacy of the no. of bits used to quantize each pixel. This type of decomposition is useful for image compression.┬áThis term of bit-plane extraction for an 8 bit image, it is not difficult to show that the (binary) image for bit-plane 7 can be obtained by processing input image with a thresholding gray-level transformation function. Overview of Bit Plane Slicing Instead of highlighting gray level images, highlighting the contribution made to total image appearance by specific bits might be desired. Suppose that each pixel in an image is…

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