Cosine-Weighted B-Spline Interpolation on the Face-Centered Cubic Lattice

Gergely, Ferenc Rácz [Rácz, Gergely Ferenc (Irányítástechnika), author] Department of Control Engineering and Informati... (BUTE / FEEI); Balázs, Csébfalvi [Csébfalvi, Balázs (Számítógépes graf...), author] Department of Control Engineering and Informati... (BUTE / FEEI)

English Scientific Article (Journal Article)
Published: COMPUTER GRAPHICS FORUM 0167-7055 1467-8659 37 (3) pp. 503-511 2018
Conference: 20th Eurographics/IEEE VGTC Conference on Visualization 2018-06-04 [Brno, Czech Republic]
  • SJR Scopus - Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design: Q1
    Cosine-Weighted B-spline (CWB) interpolation [Cse13] has been originally proposed for volumetric data sampled on the Body-Centered Cubic (BCC) lattice. The BCC lattice is well known to be optimal for sampling isotropically band-limited signals above the Nyquist limit. However, the Face-Centered Cubic (FCC) lattice has been recently proven to be optimal for low-rate sampling. The CWB interpolation is a state-of-the-art technique on the BCC lattice, which outperforms, for example, the previously proposed box-spline interpolation in terms of both efficiency and visual quality. In this paper, we show that CWB interpolation can be adapted to the FCC lattice as well, and results in similarly isotropic signal reconstructions as on the BCC lattice.
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