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Relaxation method for conjugate image processing

Relaxation method for conjugate image processing

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Proposed is an efficient algorithm for transforming a greyscale image into its conjugate image, which was originally introduced for image morphing. While potential applications regarding image processing are very promising, its implementation has not been straightforward owing to high computational complexity. The algorithm is shown to be valid and efficient by examining simple and complex image patterns.

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