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Title: Computational Media Aesthetics for Media Synthesis
Keywords: Media Aesthetics, Image Processing, Algorithm, Video Processing, Multimedia
Issue Date: 15-Aug-2013
Source: XIANG YANGYANG (2013-08-15). Computational Media Aesthetics for Media Synthesis. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy and is closely related to the nature of art. Applied media aesthetics deals with basic media elements, and aims to constitute formative evaluations as well as help create media products. It studies the functions of basic media elements, provides a theoretical framework that makes artistic decisions less arbitrary, and facilitates precise analysis of the various aesthetic parameters. Aesthetic assessment and aesthetic composition are two aspects of computational media aesthetics. The former one aims to evaluate the aesthetic level of a given media piece and the latter aims to produce media outputs based on computational aesthetic rules. In this dissertation, we focus on media synthesis, and exhibit how media aesthetics could help improve the efficiency and quality of media production.
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