A nonlocal feature-driven exemplar-based approach for image inpainting

  title={A nonlocal feature-driven exemplar-based approach for image inpainting},
  author={Viktor Reshniak and Jeremy Trageser and C. Webster},
  journal={SIAM J. Imaging Sci.},
We present a nonlocal variational image completion technique which admits simultaneous inpainting of multiple structures and textures in a unified framework. The recovery of geometric structures is achieved by using general convolution operators as a measure of behavior within an image. These are combined with a nonlocal exemplar-based approach to exploit the self-similarity of an image in the selected feature domains and to ensure the inpainting of textures. We also introduce an anisotropic… Expand


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