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The EDIUpsizer was designed to be a resampling filter that upsizes an image by a factor of two both horizontally and vertically using NEDI (new-edge directed interpolation).









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Downsizes images by using the nearest neighbour (NN) method. If the image is a factor of two smaller than the input image than it will be downsized by NN method. NN method consists of two steps. The image is first smoothed with a median filter of size 2×2. Second, all pixels having value at least one quarter of the median value of the smoothed image are selected as the pixels to be used for interpolation. These pixels will form the output image.


How to get current time in android?

I am working on a project and i need to have current time in my project.I am using this code but its not giving me current time.
// date1
// 09:53:54
long d1 = System.currentTimeMillis();
System.out.println(“date1:” + d1);

// date2
// 13:03:03
long d2 = System.currentTimeMillis();
System.out.println(“date2:” + d2);

// output
// date2:138771018988

I am not getting why this output is different from my real time. I have checked the date and time from this:


It is a bug and it happens when you try to get the current time twice. If you use it once it will give correct current time.
The reason is simple, System.currentTimeMillis() returns a long value, which has high precision but not exactness.
Therefore, calling the method twice will give different output.
There are other ways of getting the current time but in this case, using System.currentTimeMillis() is the best approach.

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The NEDI interpolation is an image processing technique that is based on new-edge
directed interpolation (NEDI). NEDI interpolation works by inserting zeros into the
image, while replacing them with the average of three NEDI (if possible), which
usually leads to an image that is an even better match with the original. This
interpolation is performed by first creating the “NEDI matrix” (solved in 16×16)
that serves as a point-to-point interpolation. Second, for each point in the
original image, the NEDI interpolation is done by shifting the NEDI matrix and
updating the shifted points with the three NEDI, in accordance with the index
of the nearest neighbor. After all the interpolations are completed, the result is
shifted back into the original image, and the result is upsampled by a factor of

– from the original article

This question is about the definition of NEDI (taken from the above quoted section). Since the upsampling function used in the EDIUpsizer will process the images, there is no guarantee that it will produce the same upsampled image as the one produced by the documentation.
The question is therefore:

Is the given definition of NEDI correct?
If not, which definition is correct?


Your posted definition of NEDI is equivalent to the resampling image processing technique called linear interpolation. If the image you use is of type unsigned char and each pixel is a set of 1 byte then the code you have would be:
int len = x*y;
unsigned char *data = malloc(len*sizeof(unsigned char));
int i = 0;
for(int j = 0; j

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Image Upsizing in One File with the EDIUpsizer!

The EDIUpsizer was designed to be a resampling filter that upsizes an image by a factor of two both horizontally and vertically using NEDI (new-edge directed interpolation).

A “new edge” is an edge on the interior of a horizontal or vertical line (of an image) that passes through a pixel in the original image. Using NEDI the EDIUpsizer is able to generate an image that has a minimum of two times as many pixels as the original image.

By upsizing an image by a factor of 2 both horizontally and vertically, you can increase the resolution of the image. While a 4:3 image will increase the aspect ratio by 50%, a 2:1 image can increase the ratio by a 100%.

Creating the upsizing filter is fairly simple, the EDIUpsizer takes as input an image and the amount of upsizing you want to do, and then processes the original image. The EDIUpsizer is a resampling filter and hence needs the original image as input, so if you don’t have it available it is not possible to create the upsizing image.

In the EDIUpsizer an image is divided into grids (pixels) and the cell size is specified. A grid is the smallest unit that can be used for a resampling filter and a cell is the minimum area in an image where a resampling filter can create an image.

In the EDIUpsizer the grid and cell sizes are set using the NEDIscale option.

The NEDIscale option can be used to set the grid and cell sizes of the upsizing filter. When the grid and cell size is set the EDIUpsizer will also calculate the number of grids needed and the number of cells needed in the upsizing image.

Setting the grid and cell size:

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System Requirements:

Running the game in Local Multiplayer mode
Microsoft Windows 10/8/8.1/7/XP/Vista (English version)
Minimum Recommended Spec:
Microsoft Windows 10/8/8.1/7/XP/Vista
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 Ghz or AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core Processor with 4 Gigs of RAM
OS: Microsoft Windows 10/8/8.1/7/XP/Vista


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