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Title: Efficient texture synthesis with a small set of tiles
Keywords: texture synthesis, image tiling, cutting curve
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2004
Citation: WEN CONGHUA (2004-08-19). Efficient texture synthesis with a small set of tiles. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: This thesis presents an approach to generate, from an input texture, a set of small textures that can be tiled to synthesize large textures. Such a small set can be useful in, for example, real-time graphics applications to texture any large area realistically and efficiently while utilizing small amount of texture memory. Our approach is interesting in its ability to generate a small number of tiles that embed many more texture patterns as compared to previous approaches. This feature of a small tile set can avoid generating highly repetitive patterns in synthesized textures. This and its attempt to preserve consistent local features of the synthesized textures are examined in our experiments with input textures of stochastic, semi-structured and structured nature. Our approach performs well in general and is particularly superior to previous work for input textures of stochastic and semi-structured nature.
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