• Mathematics
  • Published 2009

Visual equivalence in dynamic scenes

@inproceedings{Bala2009VisualEI,
  title={Visual equivalence in dynamic scenes},
  author={Kavita Bala and Timothy Condon and Philip Dutr{\'e} and James A. Ferwerda and Roeland Schoukens and P. Vangorp},
  year={2009}
}
Characterizing the fidelity of an image is a fundamental problem in computer graphics. Visible difference predictors are used to detect when images are perceptually indistinguishable. Visual equivalence introduces a new appearance-based standard for image fidelity, where two visibly different images of an object can still be visually equivalent as representations of the object's appearance if they convey the same shape, material and lighting properties. The original visual equivalence study… CONTINUE READING

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