Image Fusion for optimizing Gamut Mapping
Abstract:In this paper we study a local, image dependent approach to the gamut mapping problem. A structural image quality measure is used to pick an optimal mapping algorithm for image patches from a given class of algorithms. The optimally mapped patches are then fused into a single mapping of the image. We discuss and compare two image fusion methods that are designed to avoid artifacts in the fused image. Psycho-visual experiments confirm that this approach has a good potential to obtain mapped images with higher perceived quality than any of the individual algorithms, on which the method is based.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2011
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