computational geometry, image reconstruction, optimisation, piecewise linear techniques, DDT, axis-aligned methods, bicubic spline reconstruction, coordinate axes, cost functions, data-dependent triangulation, higher quality images, image reconstruction, piecewise linear intensity surface
Image reconstruction based on data-dependent triangulation with new cost functions and optimization can create higher quality images than traditional bilinear or bicubic spline reconstruction. The article presents a novel method for image reconstruction using a piecewise linear intensity surface whose elements don't generally align with the coordinate axes. This method is based on the technique of data-dependent triangulation (DDT) that N. Dyn et al. (1990) introduced and has proven capable of producing more pleasing reconstructions than axis-aligned methods.
Original Publication Citation
Xiaohua Yu, B. S. Bryan, and T. W. Sederberg. "Image Reconstruction using Data-Dependent Triangulation." Computer Graphics and Applications, IEEE 21.3 (21): 62-8.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Sederberg, Thomas W.; Yu, Xiaohua; and Morse, Bryan S., "Image reconstruction using data-dependent triangulation" (2001). All Faculty Publications. 571.
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
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