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—The shooting and bouncing ray (SBR) method is highly effective in the radar cross section (RCS) prediction. For electrically large and complex targets, computing scattered fields is still time-consuming in many applications like range profile and ISAR simulation. In this paper, we propose a GPU-based SBR that is fully implemented on the graphics processing(More)
Blind motion deblurring estimates a sharp image from a motion blurred image without the knowledge of the blur kernel. Although significant progress has been made on tackling this problem, existing methods, when applied to highly diverse natural images, are still far from stable. This paper focuses on the robustness of blind motion deblurring methods toward(More)
Lighting design is a complex, but fundamental, problem in many fields. In volume visualization, direct volume rendering generates an informative image without external lighting, as each voxel itself emits radiance. However, external lighting further improves the shape and detail perception of features, and it also determines the effectiveness of the(More)
Maximum intensity projection (MIP) displays the voxel with the maximum intensity along the viewing ray, and this offers simplicity in usage, as it does not require a complex transfer function, the specification of which is a highly challenging and time-consuming process in direct volume rendering (DVR). However, MIP also has its inherent limitation, the(More)
Volume up scaling enlarges the size of a volume to make feature analysis more accurate and efficient. Linear interpolation, widely used in volume up scaling, result in jagged artifacts around features and losses of high-frequency components. Based on the example-based up scaling framework, this paper presents a new high-quality volume up scaling technique,(More)
Halos are usually used to enhance depth perception and display spatial relationships in illustrative visualization. In this paper, we present a simple and effective method to create volumetric halo illustration. In the pre-processing stage, we generate a view-independent halo intensity volume, which contains all potential halos around the boundaries of(More)