Steinfield, Charles, Joan M.
Improved Exemplar Based Image Inpainting Using Structure Tensor Improved Exemplar Based Image Inpainting Using Structure Tensor Image Inpainting is technique in which it mainly used to filling the region which are damaged and want to recover from unwanted object by collecting the information from the neighbouring pixels.
Image inpainting technique has been widely used for reconstructing damaged old photographs and removing unwanted objects from images. In this paper, we present an improved Exemplar based Structure tensor inpainting method based on the exemplar-based image inpainting technique by modifying the distance function.
Experimentation results show that our method improves the quality of image inpainting compared with the conventional exemplar-based image completion algorithms. And as the time goes on those pictures got damaged cracks, starches, image data loss Inpainting is the art of restoring lost parts of an image and reconstructing them based on the background information.
In real world, many people need a system to recover damaged photographs, designs, drawings, art works etc. Another use of image inpainting is in creating special effects by removing unwanted objects from the image.
Unwanted objects may range from microphones, ropes, some unwanted person and logos, stamped dates and text etc. During the transmission of images over a network, there may be some parts of an image that are missing.
These parts can be reconstructed using image inpainting. Many works on Inpainting have been proposed these recent years . The image is to decompose the original image into a structure and a texture image.
Reconstruction of each image is performed separately. The missing information in the structure component is reconstructed using a structure Inpainting algorithm, while the texture component is repaired by an improved exemplar based synthesis technique. Thus, when Inpainting is done with an image restoration purpose in mind, more complex techniques are required, as paintings are composed of both structures and textures.
Exemplar-based Inpainting methods can overcome this drawback, being able to provide reasonably good quality results, even for large gaps, by combining the isophotes driven Inpainting with texture synthesis. The reconstructed visual quality and the reasonability of the filled image are mainly influenced by the filling order.
So, we conclude that better performance is obtained using developing a robust priority function. Exemplar based Inpainting iteratively synthesizes the target region, by the most similar patch in the source region . According to the filling order, the method fills structures in the missing regions using spatial information of neighboring regions.
This method is an efficient approach for reconstructing large target regions. Generally, an exemplar-based Inpainting algorithm includes the following three main steps: Notation diagram for Exemplar based inpainting .
Given the patchis the normal to the contour of the target region and is the isophotes direction and intensity at point p. The whole image is denoted by I. Here we provide a window size 9 9 pixels default, but in practice require the user to set it to be slightly larger than the largest distinguishable texture element, in the source region.
Once these parameters are determined, the region-filling process working automatically. During the entire algorithm, patches along with the fill front are also given a temporary priority value, which determines the order in which they are filled.
Then, algorithm iterates the following three steps until all pixels have been filled: Filling order mostly depends on the priority values that are assigned to each patch on the fill front.
The priority P p is computed for every border patch, with distinct patches for each pixel on the boundary of the target region. Visualizations of exemplar-based inpainting process. The data term contains isophote structure information.
The confidence term measures the reliable information around the pixel p needed inpainted. In fact, when the value of D p is large, linear structure information should earlier be completed than texture information.
However, when the patch centered at the pixel p has too few pixels of the source region, the corresponding data term becomes not reliable. In experiments, we find that the value of confidence term drops too fast to zero while the value of data term is quite steady.
In the paper, we first regularize the confidence term, and then use the weight sum of confidence term and data term to generate the dependable priority.case under study showing problems or effective strategies, as well as recommendations. A case study can focus on a business or entire industry, a specific project or program, or a person.
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