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Interpolation with Two-Parameter Cubic Filters

The two-parameter family of cubic filters have kernels of the form:
where
B
and
C
are two parameters; their variations give different approximation.
These interpolation methods additionally filter the output to improve quality of an image.
To get more information about how
B
and
C
values affect the result, refer to [Mitchell88].
To use the interpolation with two-parameter cubic filters, use the functions with the
Cubic
suffix (pass
interpolation
=
ippCubic
to
GetSize
functions).

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