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    Title: Digital Inpainting – Survey and Multilayer Image Inpainting Algorithms (Keynote Paper)
    Authors: Timothy K. Shih;Rong-Chi Chang
    Date: 2005-07
    Issue Date: 2010-01-29 15:56:17 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Digital inpainting uses spatial or frequency
    information to restore partially damaged/removed
    photos and artworks. Digital image inpainting is an
    interesting new research topic in multimedia
    computing and image processing since 2000. This talk
    will cover the most recent contributions in digital
    image inpainting and image completion, as well as
    concepts in video inpainting. In addition to a quick
    survey, the presentation will cover several algorithms.
    Most restoration algorithms consider a picture as a
    single layer. The talk will cover a new approach,
    which divides a Chinese painting into several layers.
    Each layer is inpainted separately. A layer fusion
    mechanism then finds the optimal inpaint among
    layers, which are restored layer-by-layer. We apply
    the algorithm on Chinese and western drawing. The
    result shows a highPSNR value as well as a high user
    satisfaction. The demonstration of our work is
    Relation: Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Information Technology & Applications (ICITA 2005), Sydney, Australia, July 4 - 7, 2005.
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