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|Title: ||An iterative algorithm for restorating color-quantized images|
|Authors: ||Fung, Yik-hing|
|Subjects: ||Image colour analysis|
|Issue Date: ||2002 |
|Citation: ||ICIP : 2002 International Conference on Image Processing : proceedings : 22-25 September 2002, Rochester, New York, USA, p. I313-I316.|
|Abstract: ||This paper studies the restoration of color-quantized images. Restoration of color-quantized images is rarely addressed in the literature, and direct applications of existing restoration techniques are generally inadequate to deal with this problem. We propose a POCS-based restoration algorithm specific to color-quantized images, which makes a good use of the available color palette to derive useful a priori information for restoration. The proposed restoration algorithm is shown to be capable of improving the quality of a color-quantized image to a certain extent.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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