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JBE, vol. 23, no. 5, pp.714-717, September, 2018


High Dynamic Range Imaging Using Inverted Local Patterns with Saturation Compensation

Oh Seol Kwon

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This paper presents a method of HDR imaging with adaptive saturation compensation for brightness change. The saturation of HDR images were lighten on dark region because conventional HDR methods have focused on brightness change. Therefore, the proposed HDR method compensates saturation adaptively according to brightness change. For experiments of several images, the proposed algorithm is superior to conventional HDR methods qualitatively and quantitatively in terms of color saturation.

Keyword: High dynamic image, saturation, display

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