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2020

TMM Volume 22 Issue 12

Recently, saliency detection in a single image and co-saliency detection in multiple images have drawn extensive research interest in the vision and multimedia communities. In this paper, we investigate a new problem of co-saliency detection within a single image, i.e., detecting within-image co-saliency . By identifying common saliency within an image, e.g., highlighting multiple occurrences of an object class with similar appearance, this work can benefit many important applications, such as the detection of objects of interest, more robust object recognition, reduction of information redundancy, and animation synthesis. We propose a new bottom-up method to address this problem.

Low-light image enhancement is important for high-quality image display and other visual applications. However, it is a challenging task as the enhancement is expected to improve the visibility of an image while keeping its visual naturalness. Retinex-based methods have well been recognized as a representative technique for this task, but they still have the following limitations. First, due to less-effective image decomposition or strong imaging noise, various artifacts can still be brought into enhanced results.face of an object. These patches can be applied to multiple regions of the object, thereby making it resistant to various attacks such as cropping, local deformation, local surface degradation, or printing errors. 

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