alexa Survey On Mixed-Domain Edge-Aware Image Manipulation
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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Survey On Mixed-Domain Edge-Aware Image Manipulation

Ms. Lidiya Augustine1 Mrs. Nagalakshmi Venugopal2
  1. PG Scholar, Dept .of CSE, Dr.NGP Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, India
  2. Associate professor, Dept .of CSE, Dr.NGP Institute of Technology, Coimbatore, India
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In Image Processing, a variety of edge-aware image manipulation techniques are used. It has received much attention in the computer graphics community. The rationale behind mixed-domain image manipulation approach is to process or filter images without destroying or blurring the important features such as edges. This technique processes a Gaussian pyramid from coarse to fine, and at each level, it applies a non-linear filter bank to the neighbourhood of each and every pixel. The results of these spatially varying filters are combined by global optimization. It uses a precise mixed domain approach for the optimization problem. This technique can be applied to several areas such as image smoothing, detail and contrast manipulation, non-photorealistic rendering, HDR compression etc. This avoids all the unsightly artifacts on the images. Further development in the field of edge-aware image manipulation techniques will absolutely helps to resolve the complex image processing tasks to a much greater extend. Here it describes the leading improvement in edge-aware image manipulation techniques for advanced research.


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