CADI software
a novel implementation
of the JPIP standard

CADI is a novel implementation of the JPEG2000 Interactive Protocol (Part 9) standard. Although there are other applications that incorporate the JPEG2000 standard, CADI is designed and programmed with the aim to provide a flexible framework to test and develop new ideas inside the JPIP protocol in a easy way.

CADI has been developed by the Group on Interactive Coding of Images (GICI) at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (UAB). As BOI and TER (a JPEG2000 and CCSDS implementation developed by our group, respectively) the name of the implementation honours a beautiful national park of our country (in the same sense as JasPer or Kakadu).

The GICI group encourages other researchers to use CADI to test their own proposals. A user and a development manual are available and the API is well documented to facilitate the understanding, extension and modification of the application. All the design and implementation details are widely explained in these manuals and the source code is well commented. CADI is distributed with the General Public License (GNU GPL) of the Free Software Foundation (FSF).

We have tried to make a good design and efforts have been made to develop and implement the application as useful as desirable. However, we could not foresee all the needs of CADI users, so we will thank you for all the suggestions and comments that you can report to us (GICI group).
We hope you enjoy it,
GICI group

CADI download
CADI SOFTWARE 3.1 Installation Manual User Manual Development Manual API Documentation

All the source code, compiled jar files and manuals.
PDF (11KB)

Installation instructions.
PDF (58KB)

Brief guide on how to use CADI. Parameters explanation and usage examples.
PDF (434KB)

Overview on how CADI is designed. Useful to incorporate new algorithms and compression stages.
HTML (online)

Classes and packages of the CADI software.
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