The Riemannian metamorphosis model introduced and analyzed in [7, 12] is taken into account to develop an image extrapolation tool in the space of images. To this end, the variational time discretization for the geodesic interpolation proposed in  is picked up to define a discrete exponential map. For a given weakly differentiable initial image and a sufficiently small initial image variation it is shown how to compute a discrete geodesic extrapolation path in the space of images. The resulting discrete paths are indeed local minimizers of the corresponding discrete path energy. A spatial Galerkin discretization with cubic splines on coarse meshes for image deformations and piecewise bilinear finite elements on fine meshes for image intensity functions is used to derive a fully practical algorithm. The method is applied to real images and image variations recorded with a digital camera.
|Name||Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)|
|Conference||6th International Conference on Scale Space and Variational Methods in Computer Vision|
|Period||5/06/17 → 8/06/17|