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A Simple Tone Mapping for High Dynamic Range Image Visualization Using a Pseudo-Hilbert Scan

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A Simple Tone Mapping for High Dynamic Range Image Visualization Using a Pseudo-Hilbert Scan
The Hilbert curve is one of space-filling curves published by G. Peano. There are several applications using this curve, such as image processing, computer graphics, etc. In this paper, we concentrate on a tone mapping technique for high dynamic range images using the Pseudo-Hilbert curve. Based on the neighbourhood property of the Pseudo-Hilbert scan, a fast and flexible tone reproduction method is proposed. The proposed new technique preserves visibility and contrast impression of high dynamic range scenes in low dynamic range reproduction devices. From the experimental results, we have confirmed that the proposed method produces good results on a variety of high dynamic range images.
Jian Zhang, Sei-ichiro Kamata, Li Tian
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where MVA
Authors Jian Zhang, Sei-ichiro Kamata, Li Tian
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