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Citation Context ...terested readers are referred to this work for more details, examples, and theoretical results. The two main ingredients of the decomposition developed in [31] are the total variation minimization of =-=[27]-=- for image denoising and restoration, and the space of oscillating functions introduced in [23] to model texture or noise. Let be a given observed image, . could be just a noisy version of a true unde... |

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Citation Context ... follows the techniques introduced in [21], [27], as well as numerous examples and applications, see [5]. Note in particular that at every numerical step of (8), a step of anisotropic diffusion, [1], =-=[25]-=-, is applied [5]. Multiresolution can also be applied to speed-up the convergence [5]. For image inpainting alternatives to this approach, see [2], [3]. In particular, [3] shows the relationship of th... |

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Measure Theory and Fine Properties of Functions
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Citation Context ...fter this paper was accepted for publication, we learned that a number of new papers on inpainting, inspired by [5], will be published at SIGGRAPH 2003 and CVPR 2003. functions of bounded variation , =-=[12]-=-, allowing for edges where is a tuning parameter. The second term in the energy is a fidelity term, while the first term is a regularizing term, to remove noise or small details, while keeping importa... |

1006 | Texture synthesis by non-parametric sampling,‖ in
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Citation Context ...hind the algorithms that have been proposed in the literature is to fill-in these regions with available information from their surroundings. This information can be automatically detected as in [5], =-=[10]-=-, or hinted by the user as in more classical texture filling techniques [8], [14], [28]. Manuscript received August 8, 2002; revised April 15, 2003. This work was supported in part by the Office of Na... |

699 | Image quilting for texture synthesis and transfer,‖ in
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Citation Context ...en replace the current pixel being filled-in in the lost block by the value of the corresponding pixel next to the selected block. This algorithm is considerably faster when using the improvements in =-=[9]-=-, [13], [33]. Note also that a segmentation algorithm (to the texture image ) can be added to aid this texture synthesis algorithm. IV. IMAGE INPAINTING We now describe the third key component of our ... |

561 | Fast texture synthesis using tree-structured vector quantization,‖ in
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Citation Context ...the current pixel being filled-in in the lost block by the value of the corresponding pixel next to the selected block. This algorithm is considerably faster when using the improvements in [9], [13], =-=[33]-=-. Note also that a segmentation algorithm (to the texture image ) can be added to aid this texture synthesis algorithm. IV. IMAGE INPAINTING We now describe the third key component of our proposed sch... |

530 | C.: Image inpainting
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Citation Context ...ea behind the algorithms that have been proposed in the literature is to fill-in these regions with available information from their surroundings. This information can be automatically detected as in =-=[5]-=-, [10], or hinted by the user as in more classical texture filling techniques [8], [14], [28]. Manuscript received August 8, 2002; revised April 15, 2003. This work was supported in part by the Office... |

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Citation Context ...which follows the techniques introduced in [21], [27], as well as numerous examples and applications, see [5]. Note in particular that at every numerical step of (8), a step of anisotropic diffusion, =-=[1]-=-, [25], is applied [5]. Multiresolution can also be applied to speed-up the convergence [5]. For image inpainting alternatives to this approach, see [2], [3]. In particular, [3] shows the relationship... |

281 |
Oscillating Patterns in Image Processing and Nonlinear Evolution Equations
- Meyer
- 2001
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Citation Context ... The two main ingredients of the decomposition developed in [31] are the total variation minimization of [27] for image denoising and restoration, and the space of oscillating functions introduced in =-=[23]-=- to model texture or noise. Let be a given observed image, . could be just a noisy version of a true underlying image , or could be a textured image, then being a simple sketchy approximation or a car... |

276 | Multiresolution sampling procedure for analysis and synthesis of texture images.
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Citation Context ...these regions with available information from their surroundings. This information can be automatically detected as in [5], [10], or hinted by the user as in more classical texture filling techniques =-=[8]-=-, [14], [28]. Manuscript received August 8, 2002; revised April 15, 2003. This work was supported in part by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of He... |

198 | Modeling textures with total variation minimization and oscillating patterns in image processing,”
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Citation Context ...decomposed into the sum of two images, one capturing the basic image structure and one capturing the texture (and random noise), second row. This follows the recent work by Vese and Osher reported in =-=[30]-=-, [31]. The first image is inpainted following the work by Bertalmio-Sapiro-CasellesBallester described in [5], while the second one is filled-in with a texture synthesis algorithm following the work ... |

167 | Navier-Stokes, fluid dynamics, and image and video inpainting
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Citation Context ...u). Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TIP.2003.815261 1057-7149/03$17.00 © 2003 IEEE The algorithms reported in the literature best perform for pure texture, [10], [14], [28], or pure structure, [2],=-= [3]-=-, [5]. This means that for ordinary images such as the one in Fig. 1, different techniques work better for different parts. In [26], it was shown how to automatically switch between the pure texture a... |

152 | Filling-in by joint interpolation of vector fields and gray levels
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Citation Context ...mn.edu). Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/TIP.2003.815261 1057-7149/03$17.00 © 2003 IEEE The algorithms reported in the literature best perform for pure texture, [10], [14], [28], or pure structure,=-= [2]-=-, [3], [5]. This means that for ordinary images such as the one in Fig. 1, different techniques work better for different parts. In [26], it was shown how to automatically switch between the pure text... |

118 | Texture characterization via joint statistics of wavelet coefficient magnitudes.
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Citation Context ...ns with available information from their surroundings. This information can be automatically detected as in [5], [10], or hinted by the user as in more classical texture filling techniques [8], [14], =-=[28]-=-. Manuscript received August 8, 2002; revised April 15, 2003. This work was supported in part by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Health, the Of... |

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Citation Context ...s. All these works were in part inspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], [16], =-=[19]-=-, and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are provi... |

82 | Explicit algorithms for a new time dependent model based on level set motion for nonlinear deblurring and noise removal
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Citation Context ... the hole , propagation done in the direction of minimal change (the isophotes, ). For details on the numerical implementation of this inpainting technique, which follows the techniques introduced in =-=[21]-=-, [27], as well as numerous examples and applications, see [5]. Note in particular that at every numerical step of (8), a step of anisotropic diffusion, [1], [25], is applied [5]. Multiresolution can ... |

58 | Structure and texture filling-in of missing image blocks in wireless transmission and compression applications
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Citation Context ...t perform for pure texture, [10], [14], [28], or pure structure, [2], [3], [5]. This means that for ordinary images such as the one in Fig. 1, different techniques work better for different parts. In =-=[26]-=-, it was shown how to automatically switch between the pure texture and pure structure filling-in process. This is done by analyzing the area surrounding the region to be filled-in (inspired by [17]),... |

57 |
Level-lines based disocclusion,”
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Citation Context ...e the steady state V(AI)sVI = 0. The work in [2] presents a formal variational approach that leads to a system of coupled second order differential equations. All these works were in part inspired by =-=[21, 23]-=-. Full details can also be found at mountains.ece.umn.edu/guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7, 14, 15, 18, 19], while [6, 10, 17, 30] provides literature on inpainting as... |

52 |
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Citation Context ... regions with available information from their surroundings. This information can be automatically detected as in [5], [10], or hinted by the user as in more classical texture filling techniques [8], =-=[14]-=-, [28]. Manuscript received August 8, 2002; revised April 15, 2003. This work was supported in part by the Office of Naval Research, the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of Health, ... |

49 | Combining frequency and spatial domain information for fast interactive image noise removal
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Citation Context ...ial equations. All these works were in part inspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], =-=[15]-=-, [16], [19], and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just describ... |

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36 |
Local inpainting models and TV inpainting,”
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Citation Context ...erential equations. All these works were in part inspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in =-=[7]-=-, [15], [16], [19], and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just d... |

29 | Detection and removal of line scratches in motion picture films,”
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Citation Context ...uations. All these works were in part inspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], =-=[16]-=-, [19], and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are... |

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20 | The Restorer‟s Handbook of Easel Painting - Emile-Male - 1976 |

15 | 2001 Oscillating Patterns
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Citation Context ... The two main ingredients of the decomposition developed in [29] are the total variation minimization of [26] for image denoising and restoration, and the space of oscillating functions introduced in =-=[22]-=- to model texture or noise. Let I: 2 _sbe a given observed image, I C L2(). I could be just a noisy version of a true underlying image u, or could be a textured image, u then being a simple sketchy ap... |

14 |
Bolle, “Is there any texture in the image
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Citation Context ...n [26], it was shown how to automatically switch between the pure texture and pure structure filling-in process. This is done by analyzing the area surrounding the region to be filled-in (inspired by =-=[17]-=-), and selecting either a texture synthesis or a structure inpainting technique. Since most image areas are not pure texture or pure structure, this approach provides just a first attempt in the direc... |

13 |
The Ravished Image
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Citation Context ... [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], [16], [19], and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and =-=[32]-=- provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are provided in [5]. Fig. 6. Comparison of our propo... |

12 | Growing fitted textures
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Citation Context ...place the current pixel being filled-in in the lost block by the value of the corresponding pixel next to the selected block. This algorithm is considerably faster when using the improvements in [9], =-=[13]-=-, [33]. Note also that a segmentation algorithm (to the texture image ) can be added to aid this texture synthesis algorithm. IV. IMAGE INPAINTING We now describe the third key component of our propos... |

12 |
The Commissar Vanishes
- King
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Citation Context ...nspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], [16], [19], and [20], while [6], [11], =-=[18]-=-, and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are provided in [5]. Fig. 6. Comparison of... |

10 |
Photoshop retouching handbook
- Braverman
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Citation Context ...e in part inspired by [22], [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], [16], [19], and [20], while =-=[6]-=-, [11], [18], and [32] provide literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are provided in [5]. Fig. 6. C... |

6 |
The Commissar Vanishes, Henry Holt and
- King
- 1997
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Citation Context ...s. All these works were in part inspired by [21, 23]. Full details can also be found at mountains.ece.umn.edu/guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7, 14, 15, 18, 19], while =-=[6, 10, 17, 30]-=- provides literature on inpainting as done by professional restorators. Comments on these contributions and comparisons with the work just described are provided in [5]. 5 Experimental results We now ... |

2 |
Level-lines based disocclusion,” presented at the
- Masnou, Morel
- 1998
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Citation Context ...2. to achieve the steady state . The work in [2] presents a formal variational approach that leads to a system of coupled second order differential equations. All these works were in part inspired by =-=[22]-=-, [24]. Full details can also be found at http://mountains.ece.umn.edu/~guille/inpainting.htm. Additional related work is described in [7], [15], [16], [19], and [20], while [6], [11], [18], and [32] ... |

2 |
Bolle, "Is there any texture in the image
- Karu, Jain, et al.
- 1996
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Citation Context ...n [25], it was shown how to automatically switch between the pure texture and pure structure filling-in process. This is done by analyzing the area surrounding the region to be filled-in (inspired by =-=[16]-=-), and selecting either a texture synthesis or a structure inpainting technique. Since most image areas are not pure texture or pure structure, this approach provides just a first attempt in the direc... |