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Image Painting Based FMM Algorithm Using Gradient Matrix
Qian Fan, Xuelong Hu, Lifeng Zhang

Last modified: 2013-10-01

Abstract


In this paper, we propose an improved image inpainting method based on FMM algorithm. The traditional approach gives a fast processing speed but it cannot contribute an optimal edge result. Using gradient matrix to detect the texture direction, the significant pixels for the inpainting process are selected. Furthermore, this procedure also reduced the noise pixels’ influence. Therefore, it can yield a better edge effect for inpainting procedure than the traditional approach.

Keywords


Image inpainting, FMM algorithm, Gradient matrix

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