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Image Inpainting Using Cloning Algorithms
Shrilaxmi Venkatesh Deshpande, Shalini Bhatia
Pages - 397 - 402     |    Revised - 15-11-2012     |    Published - 31-12-2012
Volume - 6   Issue - 6    |    Publication Date - December 2012  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Image Inpainting, Multiscale Transformation, Seamless Cloning, Poisson Editing
ABSTRACT
In image recovery image inpainting has become essential content and crucial topic in research of a new era. The objective is to restore the image with the surrounding information or modifying an image in a way that looks natural for the viewer. The process involves transporting and diffusing image information. In this paper to inpaint an image cloning concept has been used. Multiscale transformation method is used for cloning process of an image inpainting. Results are compared with conventional methods namely Taylor expansion method, poisson editing, Shepard’s method. Experimental analysis verifies better results and shows that Shepard’s method using multiscale transformation not only restores small scale damages but also large damaged area and useful in duplication of image information in an image.
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Mr. Shrilaxmi Venkatesh Deshpande
TSEC, mumbai - India
shrivd6686@gmail.com
Miss Shalini Bhatia
Thadomal Shahani Engineering College - India