Variations of Images to Increase Their Visibility

Variations of Images to Increase Their Visibility

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Author(s): Amelia Carolina Sparavigna

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DOI: 10.18483/ijSci.239 641 1254 86-91 Volume 2 - Aug 2013

Abstract

The calculus of variations applied to the image processing requires some numerical models able to perform the variations of images and to extremize an appropriate actions. To produce the variations of images, there are several possibilities based on the brightness maps. Before a numerical model, I propose an experimental approach, based on a tool of Gimp, the GNU Image Manipulation Program, in order to visualize how the image variations can be. After the discussion of this tool, which is able to strongly increase the visibility of images, the variations and a possible functional for the visibility are discussed in the framework of a numerical model. The visibility functional is analogous to the fringe visibility of the optical interference.

Keywords

Image visibility, Fringe visibility, GIMP, Image processing

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