Data driven interpolation using geodesic affinity

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United States of America Patent

PATENT NO 8447105
APP PUB NO 20110299766A1
SERIAL NO

12794982

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Often, information regarding images and/or other data may be incomplete. For example, an image may have depth information associated with a portion of the image, but not the entire image. It may be advantageous to extrapolate the values from the known points to the entire image. Accordingly, a dimensional array representing an image (or other data) may be traversed one or more times to generate an interpolated table. The interpolated table may comprise pixels of unknown value, where a pixel of unknown value may be associated with a number of pixels with known values. In this way, values for pixels may be specified based upon values of pixels having known values.

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MICROSOFT TECHNOLOGY LICENSING, LLCREDMOND, WA29912

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Ofek, Eyal Redmond, US 141 1986
Wexler, Yonatan Redmond, US 59 319

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NIKON CORPORATION (1)
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The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy (1)
2006/0251,324 Method for image data processing 17 2005
 
Equinox Corporation (1)
6539126 Visualization of local contrast for n-dimensional image data 21 1999
 
MSI COMPUTER (SHENZHEN) CO., LTD. (1)
* 2011/0129,164 FORWARD AND BACKWARD IMAGE RESIZING METHOD 6 2010
 
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (1)
7583275 Modeling and video projection for augmented virtual environments 103 2003
 
CANON KABUSHIKI KAISHA (1)
6791540 Image processing apparatus 42 2000
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