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ICIP
2010
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Optimal exposure control for high dynamic range imaging
A common technique used to acquire high dynamic range image data is that of exposure bracketing--short exposure times are required to capture bright regions of the image without s...
Keigo Hirakawa, Patrick J. Wolfe
ICPR
2004
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Fast Tone Mapping for High Dynamic Range Images
We present a fast, effective and flexible tone reproduction method that preserves visibility and contrast impression of high dynamic range scenes in low dynamic range reproduction...
Jiang Duan, Guoping Qiu
MVA
2007
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11 years 1 months ago
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 ...
Jian Zhang, Sei-ichiro Kamata, Li Tian
ICIP
2002
IEEE
12 years 1 months ago
Visualization of high dynamic range images
A novel paradigm for information visualization in high dynamic range images is presented in this paper. These images, real or synthetic, have luminance with typical ranges many or...
Alvaro Pardo, Guillermo Sapiro
CVPR
2000
IEEE
12 years 2 months ago
High Dynamic Range Imaging: Spatially Varying Pixel Exposures
While real scenes produce a wide range of brightness variations, vision systems use low dynamic range image detectors that typically provide 8 bits of brightness data at each pixe...
Shree K. Nayar, Tomoo Mitsunaga
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