Fast image/video upsampling

@article{Shan2008FastIU,
  title={Fast image/video upsampling},
  author={Qi Shan and Zhaorong Li and Jiaya Jia and Chi-Keung Tang},
  journal={ACM Trans. Graph.},
  year={2008},
  volume={27},
  pages={153}
}
  • Qi Shan, Zhaorong Li, +1 author Chi-Keung Tang
  • Published in ACM Trans. Graph. 2008
  • Computer Science
  • We propose a simple but effective upsampling method for automatically enhancing the image/video resolution, while preserving the essential structural information. The main advantage of our method lies in a feedback-control framework which faithfully recovers the high-resolution image information from the input data, without imposing additional local structure constraints learned from other examples. This makes our method independent of the quality and number of the selected examples, which are… CONTINUE READING

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