“A Gentle Introduction to Bilateral Filtering and Its Applications” by Kornprobst, Tumblin and Durand

  • ©Pierre Kornprobst, Jack Tumblin, and Frédo Durand

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Entry Number: 13

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    A Gentle Introduction to Bilateral Filtering and Its Applications

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    Prerequisites
    All motivated beginners are welcome. Familiarity with integrals or Gaussian functions is not required, but the course assumes that attendees know some digital-image basics (pixels, gray levels, noise) and have some modest programming experience.

    Intended Audience
    Anyone who wants to get into image editing, computational photography, and related fields. Anyone interested in image manipulations: researchers, developers, software designers, and others.

    Description
    The bilateral filter is ubiquitous in computational photography applications. It is increasingly common in computer graphics research papers, but no single reference summarizes its properties and applications. This course provides a graphical, strongly intuitive introduction to bilateral filtering and a practical guide for image editing, tone-maps, video processing, and more.

     

     


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