image restoration

image restoration

[′im·ij ‚res·tə′rā·shən]
(computer science)
Operation on a picture with a digital computer to make it more closely resemble the original object.
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The team consists of a unique blend of hardware, software, image processing experience to provide efficient proprietary solutions in the areas of object detection, object tracking, background subtraction, image enhancement, image restoration, format conversion, and 3D backlight and displays.
In literature, there are two main classes of methods to suppress the artifacts of JPEG decompressed images, namely, image enhancement methods and image restoration methods.
1 Ghz Base and Over, 6Mb Cache of Operating System: Windows 7 Professional Original 64 Bits Professional Version Installed and Above Includes Image Restoration System in External Storage Device Memory Ram.
A handy tool to fix many picture glitches from minor scratches and wrinkles to unwanted persons and buildings on the background, Inpaint implements unique image restoration technologies and remains absolutely easy to use.
The image processing system includes image transformation, image enhancement, image restoration, color image processing, image coding, wavelet transformation, image segmentation and image analysis.
The career of Lothar Reichel has been extremely productive and has already left a mark in the profession in several areas including: iterative methods for linear and nonlinear systems, eigenvalue problems, ill-posed and inverse problems, image restoration, polynomial and rational approximation theory, and orthogonal polynomials and quadrature.
The influence of network public opinion crisis of government image restoration dimension and path selection[J].
The first part of the book (reorganized for this edition) explains concepts of risk management, crisis communication, and image restoration.
From printing in store to image restoration, we can even transfer your classic old cine and video onto DVD.
Finally, we use two crisis response frameworks, Coombs' (2007) Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) and Benoit's (1995) Image Restoration Typology, to analyze Citigroup (Citi) responses to the company's 2008 financial crisis.
Then they consider such topics as spatially adaptive image restoration, perceptually motivated image restoration, blind image deconvolution, detecting edges using model-based neural networks, the genetic optimization of feature representation for compressed-domain image categorization, and content-based retrieval.
Benoit's (1995) image restoration typology assists in the determination of the communication strategies management uses to explain how such material weaknesses occur and what strategies management intends to use to address those weaknesses.