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Incremental Floating-Point Coding

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A compact coding scheme for possible use in consumer-oriented digital audio equipment is described. Preliminary experiments indicate that, with this scheme, data can be compressed by a factor of 2 without audible effects. Further testing is needed, and some is planned.

JAES Volume 26 Issue 7/8 pp. 556, 558; August 1978
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