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1 fˆ−1 (di j,k ) Then, compute radiance values the inverse of fˆ, as wi j = . 2 ANALYSIS AND CLASSIFICATION At this point, a question can be posed: What is the essential information necessary and sufficient to obtain the camera characteristic response function from images? The answer to this question will make precise a part of the problem statement that says: “select a sufficient number of pixel values”. This is important because it defines the conditions used on the data to solve the problem.
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Thus, the processing is performed using the luminance defined as L( p i j ) = Y (di j ), where Y is the video luminance channel. In this scheme, the tone-enhancement can be applied to any two consecutive fields. This produces an output video stream with the same input frame rate, as shown in Fig. 3. We assume that the frame rate is high compared to the object’s movement, thus, the effects of moving objects are small between a pair of fields. 3: Two consecutive input fields result in one frame. 4: Images (a) and (b) are the video input fields, while in (c) is shown the tonal-enhanced foreground.