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Signal Processing: Image Communication (SPIC)
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Signal Processing: Image Communication is an international journal for the development of the theory and practice of image communication. Its primary objectives are the following:

To present a forum for the advancement of theory and practice of image communication.

To stimulate cross-fertilization between areas similar in nature which have traditionally been separated, for example, various aspects of visual communications and information systems.

To contribute to a rapid information exchange between the industrial and academic environments.

The editorial policy and the technical content of the journal are the responsibility of the Editor-in-Chief, the Area Editors and the Advisory Editors. The Journal is self-supporting from subscription income and contains a minimum amount of advertisements. Advertisements are subject to the prior approval of the Editor-in-Chief. The journal welcomes contributions from every country in the world.

Signal Processing: Image Communication publishes articles relating to aspects of the design, implementation and use of image communication systems. The journal features original research work, tutorial and review articles, and accounts of practical developments.

Subjects of interest include image/video coding, 3D video representations and compression, 3D graphics and animation compression, HDTV and 3DTV systems, video adaptation, video over IP, peer-to-peer video networking, interactive visual communication, multi-user video conferencing, wireless video broadcasting and communication, visual surveillance, 2D and 3D image/video quality measures, pre/post processing, video restoration and super-resolution, multi-camera video analysis, motion analysis, content-based image/video indexing and retrieval, face and gesture processing, video synthesis, 2D and 3D image/video acquisition and display technologies, architectures for image/video processing and communication.
Última Actualización Por Dou Sun en 2018-09-01
Special Issues
Special Issue on Computational Image Editing
Día de Entrega: 2020-01-15

In the past decade, smartphones and social media applications have revolutionized our relationship to images. From Instagram to Facebook, photographs are now ubiquitous and users demands have moved from simple image storage, posting and tagging to more advanced image editing. Image editing can also be referred to image manipulation and encompasses the processes of altering images to modify their visual content or quality. There are a lot of possible ways to visually modify images with computational techniques, e.g., noise reduction, removal of unwanted objects, sharpening, compositing, matting, to quote a few. Some of these computational image editing techniques are now in the hands of consumers with applications such as Instagram or Snapseed. But while smartphones are a very visible driver of this advent of computational image editing techniques, this has been possible only with the huge developments of the techniques that have supported this revolution, from the display of high dynamic range images to the wide range of filters provided by Instagram. Even with these recent advances, computational image editing is still one of the toughest problems of the imaging industry. Hence, professional photography editing is a long and laborious process that is highly dependent of the professional photographer skills that can spends hours to produce subjective and qualitative enhancements. It is easy to understand that if it normally takes many hours to perform a professional editing of a picture, doing it faster and automatically at a larger scale is difficult and challenging. On the other hand, recent advances have put to the forefront deep learning based computational image editing for artistic style transfer, automatic colorization, and inpainting with very impressive results. With the help of hardware acceleration, these computationally intensive applications begin to be feasible on mobile devices. The aim of the proposed special issue is to present some of the cutting-edge works currently being done on computational image editing and to reveal the challenges that still lie ahead. We are soliciting original contributions that address a wide range of theoretical and practical issues including, but not limited to : Tone-Mapping Color constancy Color correction Edge-aware filtering Inpainting Matting Dehazing Compositing Seam carving Colorization Ink painting Style/color transfer
Última Actualización Por Dou Sun en 2019-08-11
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