image defects, user guidance, image repair
Removing image defects in an undetectable manner has been studied for its many useful and varied applications. In many cases the desired result may be ambiguous from the image data alone and needs to be guided by a user’s knowledge of the intended result. This paper presents a framework for interactively incorporating user guidance into the filling-in process, more effectively using user input to fill in damaged regions in an image. This framework contains five main steps: first, the scratch or defect is detected; second, the edges outside the defect are detected; third, curves are fit to the detected edges; fourth, the structure is completed across the damaged region; and finally, texture synthesis constrained by the previously computed curves is used to fill in the intensities in the damaged region. Scratch detection, structure completion, and texture synthesis are influenced or guided by user input when given. Results include removal of defects from images that contain structure, texture, or both structure and texture. Users can complete images with ambiguous structure in multiple ways by gesturing the cursor in the direction of the desired structure completion.
Original Publication Citation
T. Arnold and B. S. Morse, "Interactive image repair with assisted structure and texture completion," in WACV '7: Proceedings of the Eighth IEEE Workshop on Applications of Computer Vision, IEEE Computer Society, February 27.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Arnold, Teryl and Morse, Bryan S., "Interactive Image Repair with Assisted Structure and Texture Completion" (2007). All Faculty Publications. 273.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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