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The vanishing ideal of a set of points, S ⊂ R, is the set of all polynomials that attain the value of zero on all the points in S. Such ideals can be compactly represented using a small set of polynomials known as generators of the ideal. Here we describe and analyze an efficient procedure that constructs a set of generators of a vanishing ideal. Our(More)
We introduce a technique that allows 3D information to be captured from a conventional flatbed scanner. The technique requires no hardware modification and allows untrained users to easily capture 3D datasets. Once captured, these datasets can be used for interactive relighting and enhancement of surface detail on physical objects. We have also found that(More)
texture detection, texture analysis, texture synthesis, image analysis An algorithm is presented for the detection of textured areas in digital images. Texture detection has potential application to image enhancement, tone correction, defect detection, content classification and image segmentation. For example, texture detection may be combined with a color(More)
Print quality (PQ) is a composite attribute defined by human perception. As such, the ultimate way to determine and quantify PQ is by human survey. However, repeated surveys are time consuming and often represent a burden on processes that involve repeated evaluations. A desired alternative would be an automatic quality rating tool. Once such quality(More)
Human observers understand the content of an image intuitively. Based upon image content, they perform many image-related tasks, such as creating slide shows and photo albums, and organizing their image archives. For example, to select photos for an album, people assess image quality based upon the main objects in the image. They modify colors in an image(More)
bstract. Dust, scratches, or hair on originals (prints, slides, or egatives) distinctly appear as light or dark artifacts on a scan. hese unsightly artifacts have become a major consumer concern. here are several scenarios for removal of dust and scratch artiacts. One scenario is during acquisition, e.g., while scanning phoographic media. Another is(More)
Dust, scratches or hair on originals (prints, slides or negatives) distinctly appear as light or dark artifacts on a scan. These unsightly artifacts have become a major consumer concern. There are several scenarios for removal of dust and scratch artifacts. One scenario is during acquisition, e.g., while scanning a photographic media. Another is artifact(More)