Statistical Regularities in Low and High Dynamic Range Images

F T Pouli, Cunningham Douglas, Reinhard Erik

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Abstract

Computer graphics as well as related disciplines often benefit from understanding the human visual system and its input. In this paper, we study statistical regularities of both conventional as well as high dynamic range images, and find that several commonly held wisdoms regarding natural image statistics do not directly apply to high dynamic range data. These results have implications for both the study of human vision, as well as for the design of certain optimization problems in computer graphics and computer vision.
Translated title of the contributionStatistical Regularities in Low and High Dynamic Range Images
Original languageEnglish
PublisherUniversity of Bristol
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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