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The Data Compression Conference (DCC) is an international forum for current work on data compression and related applications. Both theoretical and experimental work are of interest. Visit website.

We consider lossless compression based on statistical data modeling followed by prediction-based encoding, where an accurate statistical model for the input data leads to substantial improvements in compression. We propose DZip, a general-purpose compressor for sequential data that exploits the well-known modeling capabilities of neural networks (NNs) for prediction, followed by arithmetic coding. DZip uses a novel hybrid architecture based on adaptive and semi-adaptive training.


Time series data compression is emerging as an important problem with the growth in IoT devices and sensors. Due to the presence of noise in these datasets, lossy compression can often provide significant compression gains without impacting the performance of downstream applications. In this work, we propose an error-bounded lossy compressor, LFZip, for multivariate floating-point time series data that provides guaranteed reconstruction up to user-specified maximum absolute error.