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Notice of Violation of IEEE Publication Principles Tone Mapping Beyond the Classical Receptive Field
Notice of Violation of IEEE Publication Principles "Tone Mapping Beyond the Classical Receptive Field" by Shao-Bing Gao, Min-Jie Tan, Zhen He, and Yong-Jie Li in the IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol. 29, February 2020, pp. 41744187 This article has been found to be in breach of IEEE's Publication Principles after a thorough examination of its content by an expert committee. The paper listed below contains substantial chunks of this study's material. Unauthorized copies of original content were made without crediting their authors or mentioning the title of the paper's author(s). This violation necessitates that all references to this paper be removed, and future references should be made to the following paper "Colour Constancy Beyond the Classical Receptive Field," by Arash Akbarinia, and C. Alejandro Parraga, in the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 40, no. 9,September 2018, pp. 2081_2094. It is believed that the primary visual cortex (V1) of the human visual system (HVS) performs dynamic center-surround calculation, which helps compress and preserve detail in an HDR scene.. In this research, we solve the so-called tone mapping task using a simulation of V1 neurons' dynamic receptive field (RF). Our technique has a few new features. A local TM operation based on two Gaussian functions with kernels and weights that change depending on the contrast between the centre and the surrounding area is built to reduce halo artefacts and enhance the local features of bright and dark areas of the picture. Our solution employs an adaptive filter that tracks the contrast levels of the image, which is computationally very efficient. ' Third, the cortical processing flow's local fusion with the global...
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