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    Title: Multilayer inpainting on digitalized artworks
    Authors: Chang, Rong-Chi;Shih, Timothy K.
    Contributors: Department of Media and Design
    Keywords: Image enhancement;Image processing;Mechanisms;Multilayers;Multiresolution analysis;Chinese paintings;Image completion;Image inpainting;Image restoration;Inpainting;Multi layering;Multi resolutions;Multi-resolution inpainting;Multilayer inpainting;Single layers;Still images
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-04-08 18:16:06 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Asia University
    Abstract: Image inpainting automatically restores damaged images and partially removed pictures. Since most inpainting mechanisms inpaint damaged portions in a single layer, this study proposes a multilayer inpainting mechanism by examining how Chinese paintings are drawn in layers. The proposed multilayer inpainting mechanism employs a layer fusion strategy to detect the optimal inpaint combination among layers to restore paintings. Because this multilayer multi-resolution strategy considers damages in each layer from a multi-resolution perspective, it is superior to several existing techniques for restoring Chinese and Western paintings. In this study, the proposed algorithm is tested on more than 1,500 still images, with evaluations showing the effectiveness of image inpainting. The results indicate that the proposed algorithm achieves high PSNR values as well as high user satisfactions, including inpainting in some extreme cases where more than ninety percent of a painting are destroyed.
    Relation: Journal of Information Science and Engineering,24:1241-1255.
    Appears in Collections:[數位媒體設計學系] 期刊論文

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