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Last class we covered that how to use the discrete wavelet transform in images, then we had also planned to cover that how the DWT coefficients are actually encoded in order to generate the bit stream. Now we could not exactly cover to the extent we had decided in the last class because of some shortage of time, so we are going to continue with that in this lecture. The title that we have for this lecture is embedded zerotree wavelet encoding. Now, towards the end of the last lecture I had actually introduced to you the concept of the parent-child relationship that exists between the coefficients in the different subbands and especially we had seen that whenever we are changing from one resolution to the next; to the more final resolutions whenever we are going, there we are finding that one pixel or one coefficient in the coarser resolution or coarser scale that corresponds to four coefficients in the next final level of scale and this is what will form a kind of a tree where the roo