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Instant Edit Propagation on Images Based on Bilateral Grid

Feng Li, Chaofeng Ou, Yan Gui, Lingyun Xiang
2019 Computers Materials & Continua  
Firstly, given an input image with user interactions, we resample each of its pixels into a regularly sampled bilateral grid, which facilitates efficient mapping from an image to the bilateral space.  ...  As a result, all pixels with the same feature information (color, coordinates) are clustered to the same grid, which can achieve the goal of reducing both the amount of image data processing and the cost  ...  The number of bilateral grid cells is reduced as the sampling rate increases, which facilitates subsequent color editing and propagation. However, a high sampling rate will result in fewer grids.  ... 
doi:10.32604/cmc.2019.06094 fatcat:3ma4o5lzq5gatpb7ewzdemyapy

Phenotype-genotype association grid: a convenient method for summarizing multiple association analyses

Daniel Levy, Steven R DePalma, Emelia J Benjamin, Christopher J O'Donnell, Helen Parise, Joel N Hirschhorn, Ramachandran S Vasan, Seigo Izumo, Martin G Larson
2006 BMC Genetics  
A database-backed web server was used to create PGA grids from phenotypic and genotypic data (sample sizes, means and standard errors, P-value for association).  ...  To facilitate visual display and summary of large numbers of association tests of genetic loci with multiple phenotypes, we developed a Phenotype-Genotype Association (PGA) grid display.  ...  Color coding of statistical significance levels is the same as presented inFigure 1. Asterisks designate cells with fewer than 10 observations in one of the phenotype-genotype subgroups.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2156-7-30 pmid:16716207 pmcid:PMC1526453 fatcat:yw4n57hscbevvjv4yqk3ukbeqm

Color Management of Printers by Regression over Enclosing Neighborhoods

Erika M. Chin, Eric K. Garcia, Maya R. Gupta
2007 2007 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing  
The core of the ICC profile is a look-up-table which maps a regular grid of deviceindependent colors to the printer colorspace.  ...  To estimate the look-up-table from sample input-output colors, local linear regression has been shown to work better than other methods.  ...  For the 3D LUT in our experiment, we used a 17 × 17 × 17 grid that spans the CIELab color space with L * ∈ [0, 100] and a * , b * ∈ [−100, 100].  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2007.4379117 dblp:conf/icip/ChinGG07 fatcat:usevjeqy5rcb5k7qb47a7wm2du

An overview of the visual dysfunctions in Parkinson's disease – Update from a prospective study in Transylvania

2022 Romanian Journal of Ophthalmology  
Fewer women (-20%) presented postural instability than men. The female gender showed fewer individuals with instability (8%) than those without instability (24%).  ...  Also, the Amsler grid distortions correlated with the motor evaluation scales of PD (HY and UPDRS).  ...  Authorization for the use of human subjects Ethical approval: The research related to human use complies with all the relevant national regulations, institutional policies, it is in accordance with the  ... 
doi:10.22336/rjo.2022.28 fatcat:nukqvlxoyjd4jnrzoj5oymy73q

Page 74 of American Sportswear & Knitting Times Vol. 39, Issue 14 [page]

1970 American Sportswear & Knitting Times  
The firm will handle as many as five color prints, but prefers to work with four or fewer tones.  ...  They are, of course, custom made for each item since cut parts are being handled and limited to a maximum of five colors, al- though the plant prefers to work with four or fewer tones.  ... 

Model, Pilot Study, and Exploratory Analyses / Sensitivity Checks from Competition for novelty reduces information sampling in a research game

Leonid Tiokhin, Maxime Derex
2019 Figshare  
Here, we develop a laboratory experiment to test whether competition affects information sampling and guessing accuracy in a game that mirrors aspects of scientific investigation.  ...  Players who reveal fewer tiles have the opportunity to guess the majority color more often: they encounter more grids within the 20-minute time limit.  ...  Participants generally revealed fewer tiles on grids with larger effect sizes (See µi = α + αPLAYER[i] + βC*Ci + βE*Ei + βCE *Ci Ei + βNs*Nsi Yi: Number of tiles clicked before guessing. α: Intercept  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8003639.v1 fatcat:mf2c7da2j5enfai7g5kzhhxinm

Model, Pilot Study, and Exploratory Analyses / Sensitivity Checks from Competition for novelty reduces information sampling in a research game—a registered report

Leonid Tiokhin, Maxime Derex
2019 Figshare  
Here, we develop a laboratory experiment to test whether competition affects information sampling and guessing accuracy in a game that mirrors aspects of scientific investigation.  ...  Players who reveal fewer tiles have the opportunity to guess the majority color more often: they encounter more grids within the 20-minute time limit.  ...  Participants generally revealed fewer tiles on grids with larger effect sizes (See µi = α + αPLAYER[i] + βC*Ci + βE*Ei + βCE *Ci Ei + βNs*Nsi Yi: Number of tiles clicked before guessing. α: Intercept  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.8052302 fatcat:23n3dnuctramzkfxosffsxicz4

Application of the Quanta image sensor concept to linear polarization imaging—a theoretical study

Leo Anzagira, Eric R. Fossum
2016 Optical Society of America. Journal A: Optics, Image Science, and Vision  
Research efforts in linear polarization imaging have largely targeted the development of novel polarizing filters with improved performance and the monolithic integration of image sensors and polarization  ...  We also present design innovations aimed at exploiting the benefits of this new imaging concept for simultaneous color and linear polarization imaging.  ...  the frequency with which the polarization and color information can be sampled.  ... 
doi:10.1364/josaa.33.001147 pmid:27409443 fatcat:ot6xn6i5vfdtfenlchi5q2xhhe

Visual short-term memory benefit for objects on different 3-D surfaces

Yaoda Xu, Ken Nakayama
2007 Journal of experimental psychology. General  
This between-surface benefit in VSTM was present only when binding of objects' colors to their 3-D locations was required (i.e., when observers needed to remember which color appeared where).  ...  By manipulating binocular disparities of visual displays, the authors found that more colored objects could be held in VSTM when they were placed on 2 rather than on 1 planar 3-D surfaces.  ...  In the test display, a color probe appeared at one of the locations occupied by a sample color (with a chance of 50% to be on each grid).  ... 
doi:10.1037/0096-3445.136.4.653 pmid:17999577 fatcat:33u5eapfc5adpayyrtfdmywyc4

Image Resolution Enhancement in Satellite Based On Discrete Wavelet Transform

Bejugam jyothi, G ramesh
2014 IOSR Journal of Electronics and Communication Engineering  
Images re sampled with bicubic interpolation are smoother and have fewer interpolation artifacts.  ...  This defines a square sample spacing and sampling grid, with each pixel representing a 10 meter by 10 meter area. Now, imagine what happens in a single microwave reflection measurement.  ... 
doi:10.9790/2834-09545261 fatcat:w6lpqpmmtbfz5hdsm3x4gdtrvi

Custom color enhancements by statistical learning

M.R. Gupta
2005 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing 2005  
We consider the problem of automatically learning color enhancements from a small set of sample color pairs, and describing the enhancement by a three-dimensional look-uptable that can be stored and implemented  ...  We show that this can be solved by adding a null sample that maps white to white.  ...  The transformation for colors not on the grid is interpolated from the gridpoint transformations.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2005.1530555 dblp:conf/icip/Gupta05 fatcat:d5hrdqmw7zc3dbv7t2wdww3qga

A Method to Evaluate Abrasion of Shoe-Sole Using 3D Scanning Technique

Glen Lim Chun Yee, Yeo Joon Hock, Tsuyoshi Nishiwaki, Kenta Moriyasu, Kenichi Harano
2016 Journal of Sports Science  
In CloudCompare, a grid system and colored scale was applied to identify the region and extend of abrasion of the shoe-sole.  ...  A study was carried out to evaluate abrasion of shoe-sole for subjects with different running gait.  ...  Acknowledgements This research was carried out with kind support from Asics Institute for Sports Science, Kobe, Japan and Institute for Sport Research (ISR-NTU).  ... 
doi:10.17265/2332-7839/2016.05.004 fatcat:c4cwczefrvd25lqdr2jmw4wz4y

White Dwarfs in GALEX Survey [article]

Adela Kawka, Stephane Vennes
2007 arXiv   pre-print
Using this sample we build a luminosity function for the DA white dwarfs with M_V < 12 mag.  ...  We have compared the optical-ultraviolet colors to synthetic white dwarf colors to obtain temperature estimates for approximately 250 of these objects.  ...  Figure 3 also shows a comparison of the UV temperatures determined with grids which include or exclude the effect of Lyα satellites.  ... 
arXiv:astro-ph/0702420v1 fatcat:3wg6nly5k5e7hiiil7eoflt4sq

Inferring compositional style in the neo-plastic paintings of Piet Mondrian by machine learning

David Andrzejewski, David G. Stork, Xiaojin Zhu, Ron Spronk, David G. Stork, Jim Coddington, Anna Bentkowska-Kafel
2010 Computer Vision and Image Analysis of Art  
Our trained classifier reveals implicit compositional principles underlying Mondrian's works, for instance the relative visual "weights" of the four colors (red, yellow, blue and black) he used in his  ...  Our decision tree classifier had accuracy of roughly 70% in recognizing the genuine works of Mondrian versus computer-generated replicas with similar statistical properties.  ...  Sample s from {−1, +1}, each with prob 0.5 4. Sample the difference d ∼ P oisson(λ d ) 5. Let the number of vertical lines be n v = n h − 2 + s * d 6.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.840558 fatcat:2e553egjkvgovf2w5kwiyzfmwy

Novel spectral characterization method for color printer based on the cellular Neugebauer model
一种基于分格状Neugebauer模型的彩色打印系统光谱特征化新方法

郭晋一 Jinyi Guo, 徐海松 Haisong Xu, M. Ronnier Luo M. Ronnier Luo
2010 Chinese Optics Letters (COL)  
., cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) 4-ink color printer is presented. By reconstructing spectral reflectance, models with high accuracy of spectral and colorimetric predictions are built.  ...  Large numbers of high quality hardcopy samples are produced to evaluate model performance and prove the feasibility of the algorithm.  ...  The testing samples involved 256 other regular grid color patches, independent of the training samples, with four steps of 0, 0.3333, 0.6667, and 1 in each of the C, M, Y, K color coordinates.  ... 
doi:10.3788/col20100811.1106 fatcat:qeapdr446nehdjubwrsxgdehfq
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