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Quadtree Encoding of Binary Images

During the years, different methods for storing image processing data have been developed. One of the data structures that can be used for this purpose is a quadtree, which is a tree structure in which every node has four children nodes. It can be implemented to represent an image whose size is an integer power of two. In this project a quadtree structure is used for storing a square two-dimensional binary image with a maximum width of 64 pixels.

I completed this project at the University of Surrey, UK. For more information on the project click on the link to the repository.