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Shows the result for three different interpolators when magnifying the image by 10x. The nearest neighbor interpolation is computed fastest and is the most versatile as it requires no computation but just a lookout. The result is, however, very pixelated. The linear interpolation produces reasonable results and computes quite fast. The Lanczos interpolation shows visually most pleasing results but also introduces slight artifacts in the background.

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current12:28, 21 March 2012Thumbnail for version as of 12:28, 21 March 2012779 × 804 (110 KB)StephanP (talk | contribs)Shows the result for three different interpolators when magnifying the image by 10x. The nearest neighbor interpolation is computed fastest and is the most versatile as it requires no computation but just a lookout. The result is, however, very pixelated.
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