Course Project : Digital Image Processing [Oct'09 - Dec'09]
Texture Synthesis is a very important tool in the field of computer graphics and for a numerous computer vision applications. Texture Synthesis is a widely explored area. As a part of our project we studied various approaches and implemented three different approaches - pixel based, pyramid based and patch based synthesis. We selected the following three papers for implementation. The report has all implementation details, results and a brief literature survey.
 Efros and T. Leung. Texture synthesis by non-parametric sampling. In International Conference on Computer Vision, volume 2, pages 1033–8, Sep 1999.
 D. J. Heeger and J. R. Bergen. Pyramid-Based texture analysis/synthesis. In R. Cook, editor, SIGGRAPH 95 Conference Proceedings, Annual Conference Series, pages 229–238. ACM SIGGRAPH, AddisonWesley, Aug. 1995.
 A.A. Efros and W.T. Freeman, Image Quilting for Texture Synthesis and Transfer, SIGGRAPH 01, Los Angeles, California, August, 2001.