Estimation of Texels for Regular Mosaics Using Model-Based Interaction Maps

  • Georgy Gimel’farb
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 2396)

Abstract

Spatially homogeneous regular mosaics are image textures formed as a tiling, each tile replicating the same texel. Assuming that the tiles have no relative geometric distortions, the orientation and size of a rectangular texel can be estimated from a model-based interaction map (MBIM) derived from the Gibbs random field model of the texture. The MBIM specifies the structure of pairwise pixel interactions in a given training sample. The estimated texel allows us to quickly simulate a large-size prototype of the mosaic.

Keywords

Training Sample Image Texture Pixel Neighbourhood Texture Synthesis Pixel Pair 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Georgy Gimel’farb
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  1. 1.CITR, Department of Computer Science, Tamaki CampusUniversity of AucklandAuckland 1New Zealand

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