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ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 papers on - SIGGRAPH ASIA '10
Edge-aware operations, such as edge-preserving smoothing and edge-aware interpolation, require assessing the degree of similarity between pairs of pixels, typically defined as a simple monotonic function of the Euclidean distance between pixel values in some feature space. In this work we introduce the idea of replacing these Euclidean distances with diffusion distances, which better account for the global distribution of pixels in their feature space. These distances are approximated usingdoi:10.1145/1882262.1866171 fatcat:at3si4wigjhvbczrw5oujzr6eu