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Combining Texture Synthesis and Diffusion for Image Inpainting.

Abstract : Image inpainting or image completion consists in filling in the missing data of an image in a visually plausible way. Many works on this subject have been proposed these recent years. They can mainly be decomposed into two groups: geometric methods and texture synthesis methods. Texture synthesis methods work best with images containing only textures while geometric approaches are limited to smooth images containing strong edges. In this paper, we first present an extended state of the art. Then a new algorithm dedicated to both types of images is introduced. The basic idea is to decompose the original image into a structure and a texture image. Each of them is then filled in with some extensions of one of the best methods from the literature. A comparison with some existing methods on different natural images shows the strength of the proposed approach.
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Aurélie Bugeau, Marcelo Bertalmio. Combining Texture Synthesis and Diffusion for Image Inpainting.. VISAPP 2009 - Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Computer Vision Theory and Applications, 2009, Portugal. pp.26-33. ⟨hal-00551587⟩



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