Multiresolution Neural Networks for Imaging

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2PUC-Rio
3University of Coimbra

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Abstract


MR-Net is a general architecture for multiresolution neural networks, and a framework for imaging applications. Our coordinate-based networks are continuous both in space and in scale as they are composed of multiple stages that progressively add finer details. Besides that, they are a compact and efficient representation. We show examples of multiresolution image representation and applications to texture magnification and minification, and antialiasing.

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Multiresolution Neural Networks for Imaging

Hallison Paz, Tiago Novello, Vinicius Silva, Guilherme Shardong, Luiz Schirmer, Fabio Chagas, Helio Lopes, Luiz Velho

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@inproceedings{paz2022mrnet,
		title = {Multiresolution Neural Networks for Imaging},
		author = {Hallison Paz and Tiago Novello and Vinicius Silva and Guilherme Shardong and 
			      Luiz Schirmer and Fabio Chagas and Helio Lopes and  Luiz Velho},
		booktitle = {Proceedings of SIBGRAPI},
		year = {2022},
		}
		

Acknowledgements


We would like to thank Daniel Yukimura for participation in the early stages of this project