Image Colorization Based on GSVD and YCbCr Color Space

Nidhal Khdhair El Abbadi, Eman Saleem

Abstract


Colorization the gray image is the process of adding colors to the gray image without prior knowledge about the real colors of image. In general, the term and process of colorization is an active area of many research, and challenging for many researchers. In this paper we suggest new method for automatic colorizing gray image depending on using generalized singular value decomposition (GSVD) algorithm with YCbCr color space. Up to our knowledge this the first work uses the GSVD algorithm in this field. We suggested to use reference color image. Both reference image and gray image transformed to YCbCr color space (gray image converted to 3D image by redundant the gray image three times). GSVD applied for each block from gray image with all blocks from reference image (converted to gray image) to find the best blocks can be combines together from both reference image and gray image. The (Y, Cb, Cr) from YCbCr color space of gray and reference images combines together (Y channel corresponding to block of gray image combine with (Cb and Cr) channels from block corresponding to reference image). This process continues for all blocks of gray image. Finally, the resulted image (YCbCr image) transform to RGB image (colorized image). The results were promised and dependable.

Keywords


Image processing; colorization; GSVD; YCbCr color space; gray image

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