High Dynamic Range Imaging by Perceptual Logarithmic Exposure Merging

2 Nov 2014Corneliu FloreaConstantin VertanLaura Florea

In this paper we emphasize a similarity between the Logarithmic-Type Image Processing (LTIP) model and the Naka-Rushton model of the Human Visual System (HVS). LTIP is a derivation of the Logarithmic Image Processing (LIP), which further replaces the logarithmic function with a ratio of polynomial functions... (read more)

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