Analisis Pengaruh Citra Gelap, Normal, Terang Terhadap Wavelet Orthogonal

Novera Kristianti, Niwayan Purnawati, Bryand Rolando

Abstract


Abstract. An image is classified into dark, normal, and bright image. The images are grouped in the dark images according to the histogram and the mu value. An image consists of information and redundancies. The use of wavelet is considered effective in image compression and it does not only cut down the memory usage but also it makes devices work faster. In this study, an analysis in conducted on the influence of dark, normal, and bright images on the orthogonal wavelet. Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) is used to compare 17 functions of wavelet orthogonal in the image compression of dark, normal, and bright images. PSNR is a measurement parameter commonly used for measuring the quality of image reconstruction which is then compared with the original image. Compression ratio is used to measure the reduction of the data size after the compression process. Based on the research on the dark, normal, and bright image, the findings reveal that bright image has got the lowest PNSR value at all image testing while the normal image has the highest PSNR value at the wavelet orthogonal application.
Keywords : Image compression, Orthogonal wavelet, PSNR, compression ratio.

Abstrak. Suatu citra dikelompokkan menjadi citra gelap, citra normal, dan citra terang. Pengelompokan citra menjadi warna gelap terlihat dari histogram dan nilai rerata intensitas (mu). Citra terdiri atas informasi dan redudansi. Penggunaan wavelet dinilai efektif dalam kompresi citra dan menurunkan penggunaan memori serta membuat perangkat menjadi lebih cepat. Pada penelitian ini, dilakukan analisis pengaruh citra gelap, citra normal, dan citra terang terhadap wavelet orthogonal. Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR) digunakan untuk membandingkan 17 fungsi wavelet orthogonal dalam kompresi citra gelap, citra normal, dan citra terang. PSNR adalah parameter ukur yang sering digunakan untuk pengukuran kualitas gambar rekonstruksi, yang lalu dibandingkan dengan gambar asli. Rasio kompresi digunakan untuk mengukur pengurangan ukuran data setelah proses kompresi. Berdasarkan penelitian pada citra gelap, citra normal, dan citra terang diperoleh bahwa citra terang menghasilkan nilai PSNR paling kecil untuk seluruh citra uji dan citra normal menghasilkan nilai PSNR paling besar dalam penerapan wavelet orthogonal.
Kata kunci : Kompresi citra, Wavelet orthogonal, PSNR, rasio kompresi.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24002/jbi.v9i2.1698

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