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Cyriac P, Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2016.  Automatic, Viewing-condition Dependent Contrast Grading Based on Perceptual Models. Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition. ToneMapping_smpte16.pdf (739.66 KB)
Sugito Y, Cyriac P, Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2017.  Improved High Dynamic Range Video Coding with a Nonlinearity based on Natural Image Statistics. *Accepted* in 3rd International Conference on Signal Processing (ICOSP 2017) . ICOSP2017_HDR video encoding.pdf (3.17 MB)
Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2016.  The influence of lightness, and the crispening effect on the per- ceived contrast of textured images. IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference. EI2016_LightnessAndCrispening.pdf (1.41 MB)
Ghimpeteanu G, Kane D, Batard T, Levine S, Bertalmío M.  2016.  Local Denoising Based on Curvature Smoothing can Visually Outperform Non-local Methods on Photographs with Actual Noise. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing. DenoisingICIP2016.pdf (1.9 MB)
Cyriac P, Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2016.  Optimized Tone Curve for In-Camera Image Processing. IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference. EI16_tmo.pdf (9.55 MB)
Cyriac P, Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2015.  Perceptual Dynamic Range for In-Camera Image Processing. British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC). tonemapping_bmvc.pdf (4.59 MB)
Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2016.  The Role of Lightness Perception in Determining the Perceived Contrast of Real World Scenes. IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference. EI_Human_Vision_2016_revisions.pdf (594.67 KB)
Kane D, Bertalmío M.  2015.  Is There A Preference For Linearity When Viewing Natural Images? SPIE/IS&T Electronic Imaging Conference. IsThereAPreferenceForLinearityWhenViewingNaturalScenes.pdf (2.2 MB)
Cyriac P, Bertalmío M, Kane D, Vazquez-Corral J.  2015.  A Tone Mapping Operator Based on Neural and Psychophysical Models of Visual Perception. Proc. SPIE Human Vision and Electronic Imaging XX. ToneMappingSPIE.pdf (3.59 MB)