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Region of interest based progressive transmission of greyscale images across the Internet.

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Rogge, Boris, Ignace Lemahieu, Wilfried Philips, Koen Denecker, Peter De Neve, and Steven Van Assche. 1999. “Region of Interest Based Progressive Transmission of Greyscale Images Across the Internet.” In EuroMedia 99, Proceedings, ed. W Hahn, E Walther-Klaus, and J Knop, 28–32. Society for Computer Simulation International.
APA
Rogge, Boris, Lemahieu, I., Philips, W., Denecker, K., De Neve, P., & Van Assche, S. (1999). Region of interest based progressive transmission of greyscale images across the Internet. In W. Hahn, E. Walther-Klaus, & J. Knop (Eds.), EuroMedia 99, Proceedings (pp. 28–32). Presented at the 1999 SCS EuroMedia conference (EuroMmedia 99), Society for Computer Simulation International.
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Rogge B, Lemahieu I, Philips W, Denecker K, De Neve P, Van Assche S. Region of interest based progressive transmission of greyscale images across the Internet. In: Hahn W, Walther-Klaus E, Knop J, editors. EuroMedia 99, Proceedings. Society for Computer Simulation International; 1999. p. 28–32.
MLA
Rogge, Boris, Ignace Lemahieu, Wilfried Philips, et al. “Region of Interest Based Progressive Transmission of Greyscale Images Across the Internet.” EuroMedia 99, Proceedings. Ed. W Hahn, E Walther-Klaus, & J Knop. Society for Computer Simulation International, 1999. 28–32. Print.
@inproceedings{117507,
  author       = {Rogge, Boris and Lemahieu, Ignace and Philips, Wilfried and Denecker, Koen and De Neve, Peter and Van Assche, Steven},
  booktitle    = {EuroMedia 99, Proceedings},
  editor       = {Hahn, W and Walther-Klaus, E and Knop, J},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Munich, Germany},
  pages        = {28--32},
  publisher    = {Society for Computer Simulation International},
  title        = {Region of interest based progressive transmission of greyscale images across the Internet.},
  year         = {1999},
}