Qi-Xuan Ong

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Inverse halftoning is a technique to reconstruct gray-level images from halftone images. Since image halftoning process results in information loss, inverse halftoning cannot reconstruct perfectly original gray-level images from corresponding halftone images. Consequently, several inverse halftoning methods were proposed, e.g., LIH and ELIH [1]-[2], etc. In(More)
Memetic algorithms (MAs) represent one of the recent growing areas in evolutionary algorithm (EA) research. The term MAs is now widely used as a synergy of evolutionary or any population-based approach with separate individual learning or local improvement procedures for problem search. Quite often, MAs are also referred to in the literature as Baldwinian(More)
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