FUBAR uses Ordinary Kriging to scale images.
|Tags||education Image Processing Spatial Statistics|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows|
|Implementation||C++ OpenGL glut|
Release Notes: This version has a feature called "Dynamic Rescaling" that allows the user to control the number of pixels estimated per window. A "milestone" freezes one realisation of the image; it increases stability and allows the user to zoom in indefinitely.
Release Notes: This release has some bugfixes and is available for Windows.
Release Notes: This version allows zooming for black-and-white images (in the .ppm file format). The user can specify the geometric fingerprint, the variogram, by hand or do it automatically.