Interesting papers

[1] B. Cornelis, T. Ruzic, E. Gezels, A. Dooms, A. Pizurica, L. Platisa, J. Cornelis, M. Martens, M. De Mey, and I. Daubechies: Crack detection and inpainting for virtual restoration of paintings: The case of the Ghent Altarpiece. Signal Processing 93(3): 605-619 (2013)

[2] R. Berns, S. Byrns, F. Casadio, I. Fledler, C. Gallagher, F. Imai, A. Newman, M. Rosen, and L. Taplin, Rejuvenating the appearance of Seurat’s A Sunday on La Grande Jatte – 1884 using colour and imaging science techniques – a simulation, Proc. of the 10th Congress of the International Colour Association, International Colour Association, AIC Colour 05, Granada, Andalucia, Spain, pp. 1669-1672 (2005)

[3] Y. Zhao, R. Berns, L. Taplin, and J. Coddington, An investigation of multispectral imaging for the mapping of pigments in paintings, SPIE, 6810, 681007-9 (2008)

[4] M. Fornasier and D. Toniolo, Fast, robust, and efficient 2D pattern recognition for re-assembling fragmented images, Pattern Recognition, Vol. 38, pp. 2074-2087 (2005)

[5] M. Fornasier, R. Ramlau, and G. Teschke, A comparison of joint sparsity and total variation minimization algorithms in a real-life art restoration problem, Adv. Comput. Math., Vol. 31, Nos 1-3, pp. 301-329 (2009)

[6] A. Anitha, A. Brasoveanu, M. Duarte, S. Hughes, I. Daubechies, J. Dik, K. Janssens, and M. Alfeld, Restoration of X-ray fluorescence images of hidden paintings, Signal Processing, Vol. 93, No. 3, pages 592-604 (2013)

[7] J. Binongo, Who Wrote the 15th Book of Oz? An Application of Multivariate Analysis to Authorship Attribution, Chance, Vol. 16, No. 2, pages 9-17 (2003)

[8] F. Mosteller and D. Wallace, Inference and Disputed Authorship: The Federalist. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley (1964)

[9] S. Lyu, D. Rockmore, and H. Farid, A digital technique for art authentication, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol.101, No. 49, pages 17006-17010 (2004)

[10] C.R. Johnson, Jr., E. Hendriks, I. Berezhnoy, E. Brevdo, S. Hughes, I. Daubechies, J. Li, E. Postma, and J. Wang, Image Processing for Artist Identification: Brushwork in the Paintings of Vincent van Gogh. IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Special Issue on Visual Cultural Heritage, July 2008
[11] E.Hendriks and S. Hughes, Van Gogh’s Brushstrokes: Marks of Authenticity? Proceedings of “Art, Conservation, and Authenticities: Material, Concept, Context,” University of Glasgow, Scotland, Archetype Publications, December 2008

[12] P. Abry, H. Wendt, and S. Jaffard, When Van Gogh meets Mandelbrot: Multifractal classification of painting’s texture, Signal Processing, Vol. 93, No. 3, pages 554-572 (2013)

[13] J. Li, L. Yao, E. Hendriks, and J. Wang, “Rhythmic Brushstrokes Distinguish van Gogh from His Contemporaries: Findings via Automated Brushstroke Extraction,” IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol. 34, no. 6, pp. 1159-1176, 2012

[14] E. Hendriks, D.H. Johnson and C.R. Johnson, Jr. Interpreting canvas weave matches. Art Matters, 2012


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