Deep Colorization

  title={Deep Colorization},
  author={Zezhou Cheng and Qingxiong Yang and Bin Sheng},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV)},
This paper investigates into the colorization problem which converts a grayscale image to a colorful version. This is a very difficult problem and normally requires manual adjustment to achieve artifact-free quality. For instance, it normally requires human-labelled color scribbles on the grayscale target image or a careful selection of colorful reference images (e.g., capturing the same scene in the grayscale target image). Unlike the previous methods, this paper aims at a high-quality fully… CONTINUE READING
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  • Z. Cheng, Q. Yang, B. Sheng
  • Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference…
  • 2015
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