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In this paper we address the problem of producing an enlarged picture from a given digital image (zooming). We propose a method that tries to take into account information about discontinuities or sharp luminance variations while doubling the input picture. This is realized by a multiple scan of the zoomed image and could hence be implemented with limited(More)
This paper presents a video stabilization algorithm based on the extraction and tracking of scale invariant feature transform features through video frames. Implementation of SIFT operator is analyzed and adapted to be used in a feature-based motion estimation algorithm. SIFT features are extracted from video frames and then their trajectory is evaluated to(More)
We present a new technique to produce composite images called Puzzle Image Mosaic (PIM). The method is inspired by Jigsaw Image Mosaic (JIM), where image tiles of arbitrary shape are used to compose the final picture. The JIM approach leads to impressive results, but the required computation time is high. We propose an algorithm that produces good results(More)
In this paper we present some analysis techniques and indexing strategies aimed to support classification and retrieval of textures using only perceptual features. The goal of this research is to provide a visual system that starting from graphical cues representing relevant perceptual features of texture, interactively searches the most similar texture in(More)
We propose novel techniques for microarray image analysis. In particular, we describe an overall pipeline able to solve the most common problems of microarray image analysis. We propose the microarray image rotation algorithm (MIRA) and the statistical gridding pipeline (SGRIP) as two advanced modules devoted to restoring the original microarray grid(More)
An innovative algorithm for automatic generation of Huffman coding tables for semantic classes of digital images is presented. Collecting statistics over a large dataset of corresponding images, we generated Huffman tables for three images classes: landscape, portrait and document. Comparisons between the new tables and the JPEG standard coding tables,(More)
Art often provides valuable hints for technological innovations especially in the field of Image Processing and Computer Graphics. In this paper we survey in an unified framework several methods to transform a raster input image into good quality mosaics. The common and different ideas among the methods are reported and described. Finally we try to address(More)
Holistic representations of natural scenes are an effective and powerful source of information for semantic classification and analysis of arbitrary images. Recently, the frequency domain has been successfully exploited to holistically encode the content of natural scenes in order to obtain a robust representation for scene classification. Despite the(More)