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Recent computational photography techniques play a significant role to overcome the limitation of standard digital cameras for handling wide dynamic range of real-world scenes contain brightly and poorly illuminated areas. In many of such techniques [1, 2, 3], it is often desirable to fuse details from images captured at different exposure settings. One such technique is High Dynamic Range (HDR) imaging that provides a solution to recover radiance maps from photographs taken with conventionaldoi:10.5565/rev/elcvia.1126 fatcat:4v4zkrlpzja37pdk7b7ebhhzvy