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Color Enhancement of Low Illumination Garden Landscape Images

Qian Zhang, Shuang Lu, Lei Liu, Yi Liu, Jing Zhang, Daoyuan Shi
2021 Traitement du signal  
Low quality, low illumination garden landscape images (GLIs) can be enhanced through advanced digital image processing. However, the current color enhancement models have poor applicability.  ...  When the environment changes, these models are easy to lose image details, and perform with a low robustness. Therefore, this paper tries to enhance the color of low illumination GLIs.  ...  Therefore, this paper tries to enhance the color of low illumination GLIs.  ... 
doi:10.18280/ts.380618 fatcat:2b7fad43mbaara7gjwrdazlofq

THE ROLE AND POSSIBILITIES OF USING ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING IN LANDSCAPING

Camelia Gheorghita, Maria Cantor, Denisa Hort, Erzsebet Buta
2012 Agricultura  
This paper presents the benefits of artificial illuminating in landscaping designs, from a practical point of view, as a matter of safety, but especially as a decoration enhancement element.  ...  There are many ways that light can accent the shape, silhouette or colours of decorative plants, or emphasize the materials and textures used in landscape, which will be detailed and illustrated in the  ...  For a clear image of the benefits of light in landscaping, this paper presents an example of a garden concept and the multiple ways that light can be used.  ... 
doi:10.15835/arspa.v79i3-4.8080 doaj:8a0426818a594426ad5e9755c638138e fatcat:ycv47srnvjbpjdyczg7etruzqa

The Research on Lighting Design of Parks

Rui Zhang, Yong-Ji Piao, Lin-Sen Cao, Tae-Dong Cho
2014 Journal of Environmental Science International  
As to artistry aspects, people prefer strong artistic style of lamps and lanterns to the common, such as ethnic style and animal image; Tourists prefer to use white light and yellow light to illuminate  ...  Based on the survey of the parks in Tai'an by questionnaire survey, on-the-spot investigation and in-depth interview, the paper analyzes the tendencies of visitors in modern landscape lighting design forms  ...  So we must consider the psychological feeling of the visitors during design the lighting of trees, reasonable combination of light colors, adhering to the "two low and one high" light principle: low illumination  ... 
doi:10.5322/jesi.2014.23.6.1013 fatcat:t4bpxksdind77ktpxvyydwngtq

EDEN: Multimodal Synthetic Dataset of Enclosed GarDEN Scenes [article]

Hoang-An Le, Thomas Mensink, Partha Das, Sezer Karaoglu, Theo Gevers
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Each image is annotated with various low/high-level vision modalities, including semantic segmentation, depth, surface normals, intrinsic colors, and optical flow.  ...  The dataset features more than 300K images captured from more than 100 garden models.  ...  We use the Pro-Lighting: Skies package 3 composing of 95 realistic equirectangular HDR sky images of various illuminations.  ... 
arXiv:2011.04389v2 fatcat:3vrgn23dlfgdjmqosmavmkizbi

Sightseeing Value Estimation by Analyzing Geosocial Images

Qiang Ma, Chenyi Zhuang, Min Ge, Yizhu Shen
2017 International Journal of Big Data Intelligence  
In contrast to conventional studies that rank POIs on the basis of user behavior analysis, this paper presents methods to estimate quality by analyzing geo-social images.  ...  For the nature value, we extract image features that are related to favorable human perception to verify whether a POI would satisfy tourists in terms of environmental psychology.  ...  Coherence The coherence relates to the unity of a scene, enhanced by the degree of repetition of color and texture patterns Tveit et al. (2006) .  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbdi.2017.10006525 fatcat:lujvh3eahngldllnt6klxkm5hu

Sightseeing Value Estimation by Analyzing Geosocial Images

Yizhu Shen, Min Ge, Chenyi Zhuang, Qiang Ma
2016 2016 IEEE Second International Conference on Multimedia Big Data (BigMM)  
In contrast to conventional studies of ranking POIs based on user behavior analysis, in this paper, we propose methods of quality estimation by analyzing geo-social images.  ...  Recommending points of interests (POIs) is drawing more attention to meet the growing demand for tours. A POI's quality (sightseeing value) estimation is one of the important challenges.  ...  . 1) Coherence: The coherence relates to the unity of a scene, enhanced by the degree of repeating patterns of color and texture [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/bigmm.2016.34 dblp:conf/bigmm/ShenGZ016 fatcat:lnxp4aw56zh75ep2w24qliltre

DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE CULTURAL LANDSCAPES IN WEST KALIMANTAN
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Karuniawan Puji Wicaksono, Nobukazu Nakagoshi
2012 AGRIVITA Journal of Agricultural Science  
West Kalimantan's traditional landscape is a combination of primary forest, shifting dry rice-field, rubber plantation, fruits garden and home garden, meanwhile new landscape managed by migrants mainly  ...  After conducting remote sensing and geographical information system techniques based on the satellite images LANDSAT-TM in West Kalimantan from 1996 to 2006, the decrease of primary dry tropical forest  ...  Endan Suwandana for critical reading of the manuscript. And GELs (Global Environmental Leader) project of Hiroshima University for supporting this research  ... 
doi:10.17503/agrivita-2012-34-3-p251-261 fatcat:imk6h3knnbcjzilzv22vkswvc4

Lighting for Cultural and Heritage Site: An Innovative Approach for Lighting in the Distinct Pagoda-Style Architecture of Nepal

Diwakar Bista, Aayush Bista, Ashish Shrestha, Lambros T. Doulos, Pramod Bhusal, Georges Zissis, Frangiskos Topalis, Bhupendra Bimal Chhetri
2021 Sustainability  
As a next step, a prototype LED luminaire that enhances the unique type of architecture of Nepalese heritage sites was built, installed, and demonstrated in one of the temples.  ...  Recently with the availability of modern luminaires and lack of technical expertise and scientific approach, most of the historic sites are being filled up with uneven, exaggerated, and inappropriate illumination  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13052720 doaj:3d190ba69f3f40bba2bf80d49f51d146 fatcat:g7lvff4qyzduhn5n3pv6orhpeq

Digital repeat photography for phenological research in forest ecosystems

Oliver Sonnentag, Koen Hufkens, Cory Teshera-Sterne, Adam M. Young, Mark Friedl, Bobby H. Braswell, Thomas Milliman, John O'Keefe, Andrew D. Richardson
2012 Agricultural and Forest Meteorology  
Previous studies have demonstrated the use of ExG and the green chromatic coordinate (g cc = G/[R + G + B]) from digital landscape image archives for tracking canopy development but several methodological  ...  These include the effects of diurnal, seasonal and weather-related changes in scene illumination on ExG and g cc , and digital camera and image file format choice.  ...  We greatly acknowledge the following individuals and institutions for the contribution of ancillary data or image archives and/or on-site support for digital camera installation and maintenance: Eli Melaas  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2011.09.009 fatcat:3b2zj6p2snenlkl7ddc7h3ekvm

Does the Neighborhood Landscape Matter? Department of Landscape Architecture and Planning, University of California, Berkeley, October 19-22, 2000

W. C. Sullivan
2001 Landscape Journal  
In short, the symposium provided a wealth of illuminating and seductive still and moving images that supplemented many talks, compensating for the wide range of English language proficiencies that such  ...  framed images.  ... 
doi:10.3368/lj.20.2.198 fatcat:jjd454tgxnazzfydjvqcystllq

ShadingNet: Image Intrinsics by Fine-Grained Shading Decomposition

Anil S. Baslamisli, Partha Das, Hoang-An Le, Sezer Karaoglu, Theo Gevers
2021 International Journal of Computer Vision  
A large-scale dataset of scene-level synthetic images of outdoor natural environments is provided with fine-grained intrinsic image ground-truths.  ...  Images, 3DRMS and SRD datasets.  ...  Furthermore, scenes are rendered with different types of terrains, landscapes, and lighting conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11263-021-01477-5 fatcat:c2p5ktsjovgvnoqk6ezvvd2qk4

Territories: Contemporary European Landscape Design Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 19-21, 2001

E. Meyer
2001 Landscape Journal  
In short, the symposium provided a wealth of illuminating and seductive still and moving images that supplemented many talks, compensating for the wide range of English language proficiencies that such  ...  framed images.  ... 
doi:10.3368/lj.20.2.201 fatcat:uvlbvky6pnejlnuz5sykm2oglm

Psychophysiological Response According to the Greenness Index of Subway Station Space

Won-Ji Kim, Tae-Kyung Lee
2021 Sensors  
Second, psychological responses of research subjects were examined based on their greenness index preference, awareness of interior landscape area, attention restoration effect, and space images.  ...  To this end, it established a 3D landscape model of the subway interior by reviewing previous studies on indoor landscape and the greenness index of indoor spaces.  ...  The experimental participants and member of Busan National University for their contribution to the study. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21134360 pmid:34202277 fatcat:hsdke7v4afbghmpah6tmq74atu

Strategy for the Development of a Smart NDVI Camera System for Outdoor Plant Detection and Agricultural Embedded Systems

Volker Dworak, Joern Selbeck, Karl-Heinz Dammer, Matthias Hoffmann, Ali Zarezadeh, Christophe Bobda
2013 Sensors  
In this study, the advantage of a smart one-chip camera design with NDVI image performance is demonstrated in terms of low cost and simplified design.  ...  The required assembly and pixel modifications are described, and new algorithms for establishing an enhanced NDVI image quality for data processing are discussed.  ...  The formula was empirically determined out of several normalized images and it enhances images for all illumination conditions. Whereas, thresholding is always critical for NDVI values (Table 1) .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s130201523 pmid:23348037 pmcid:PMC3649405 fatcat:wawbgusx3jg7bljd53q5u2kixm

Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia

Catherine E. Anderson
2013 Nineteenth-Century Studies  
atmospheric light and color, and Expressionism, characterized by a subjective use of color liberated from naturalism.  ...  While Bonnard certainly maintained an interest in light and color throughout his career, his early work also reveals typical Art Nouveau stylistic elements, and shares much in common with that of his Nabi  ...  Stepping into this gallery from the dark plum room felt like taking a welcome breath of fresh air, an impression enhanced by the brilliantly colored landscapes on the walls.  ... 
doi:10.5325/ninecentstud.27.2013.0171 fatcat:jjpdmot2rbcgzhcnn6cltx6vmy
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