Blob Compressor

Borders:
A border is composed of four
surfaces . Borders run from critical point to critical point (valley to peak or vice versa).

Cluster:
A geometrical element formed from a group of cluster patterns.


Cluster Patterns:
Cluster patterns are a group of
patterns that build a pattern whose geometrical element is a cluster and color element is a sprite .

Lines:
A single horizontal line.


Patterns:
Patterns are comprised of geometrical and color elements. The geometrical element can be either a line, shape, border, or cluster, and the color element can be either a blob (single color) or a
sprite .
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Picture:
The fully built image that the viewer sees.

Picture Patterns:
Picture patterns are the group of
patterns patterns that form the picture.

Shapes:
Shapes have more than one but less than 17 horizontal lines, where no two adjacent lines have western (left edges) that are more than 7 pixels apart.


Sprite:
A sprite contains several or many colors. Each color will be applied to its own geometrical area of a cluster. Sprites may encapsulate other sprites. Then, a sprite is necessarily a color element formed from a group of cluster patterns.


Surface:
A surface is a line, shape, or a border.

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