Image Processing for Artist Identification
- Computerized Analysis of Vincent van Gogh's Painting Brushstrokes
C. Richard Johnson, Jr. (Cornell Univ.), Ella Hendriks (Van Gogh
Museum), Igor Berezhnoy (Philips Research Europe),
(Princeton Univ.), Shannon Hughes (Princeton Univ.), Ingrid Daubechies
Jia Li (Penn State Univ.), Eric Postma (Maastricht
Univ.) and James Z. Wang (Penn State Univ. and Carnegie Mellon
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C. Richard Johnson, Jr., Ella Hendriks, Igor Berezhnoy, Eugene Brevdo, Shannon Hughes, Ingrid Daubechies, Jia Li, Eric Postma and James Z. Wang, ``Image Processing for Artist Identification - Computerized Analysis of Vincent van Gogh's Painting Brushstrokes,'' IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Special Issue on Visual Cultural Heritage, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 37-48, 2008.
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