Evaluation of color image interpolation based on incompressible Navier Stokes technique

Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon

Abstract


Color image interpolation encompasses reconstructing parts of a video or an image based on information from the neighbor. Technique involves the restoration of noised photos and animation or image denoising. The Navier-Stokes (NS) technique has been widely investigated as an essential research by image restoration. These NS equations contribute spectacular results for producing an animation as they augment reality. They can boost real-time video games to be more sensible than ever. In this paper, we present the Incompressible NS approach (INS) for color image interpolating. The method per se is based on fluid flow concept to circulate directed lines from the peripheral into the area to be interpolated. The image intensity represents stream function in a computational flow of 2D fluid dynamics.  The algorithm is implemented to carry on lines regarding gradient vectors at the edge of the interpolating region. It uses the improvement of powerful numerical analysis. It is also proven as an innovative idea for easing problems in image analytics as well as computer vision.


Keywords


Computer vision; Image analytics; Image interpolation; Masking; Navier Stokes method; Reconstruction;



DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i3.1820

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