## 摘要

In this work, a method which can generate high quality inverse halftone images from halftone images is proposed. This method uses least-mean-square (LMS) trained filters to establish the relationship between the current processing position and its corresponding neighbor positions in each kind of halftone image. This includes direction binary search (DBS), error diffusion, dot diffusion, and ordered dithering. After which, the support region which is used for features extracting can be obtained by relabeling the LMS-trained filters by order of importance. Two features are used in this work: 1) the probability of black pixel occurrence at each position in the support region, and 2) the probability of mean occurrence which is obtained from all pixels in the support region. According to these data, the probabilities of all possible grayscale values appearance at current processing position can be obtained by Bayesian theorem. Consequently, the final output at this position is the grayscale value with highest probability. Experimental results show that the image quality and memory consumption of the proposed method are superior to Mese-Vaidyanathan's method.

原文 | 英語 |
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頁（從 - 到） | 130-142 |

頁數 | 13 |

期刊 | Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (Subseries of Lecture Notes in Computer Science) |

卷 | 5414 LNCS |

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出版狀態 | 已出版 - 2009 |

事件 | 3rd Pacific Rim Symposium on Image and Video Technology, PSIVT 2009 - Tokyo, 日本 持續時間: 13 01 2009 → 16 01 2009 |