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Digital image transmission is widely used in consumer products, such as digital cameras and cellular phones, where low bit rate coding is required. In any low bit rate encoder, such as the JPEG2000 standard, data truncation (during the encoding process), and data loss (during transmission) will result in lost bit-planes, which will be normally replaced by zeros. In this paper a new algorithm has been proposed, which recovers the lost/truncated lower bit-planes of coefficients in the LL subbanddoi:10.1109/icip.2007.4380007 dblp:conf/icip/AminlouHBHF07 fatcat:y4uhue7orvczvfmszu556kskma