Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science


Author’s Name : Ambili Jose | Mrs N Santhana Krishna

Volume 04 Issue 06 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 89-91

Abstract – The image reduction techniques ensure that they enlarge the dimension in each direction. The image enlarging is balancing under the pixels. The pixel is operated on the artificial means by pixel. The horizontal and vertical directions are exceeded on the multi size pictures. The designer dimension is exceeded on the size image, and client application. The removal and insertion processes are leaving under the entropy eye- gaze movement, and more. The image resizing and scanning technique are primitive under the graphic geometric transformation. The scanning graphic dimensional are rated under conversion. The conversion of discrete signal is under the sampling rate. The graphic image is scalded under the no loss of the image quality. The local sampling rate is optimized under the signal processing.

Keywords – Image Resize, Seam Carving, Quality Measure


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