Image translation, which maps the position of each picture element into a new position, is a basic image transformation. Although it has been deeply researched and widely used in classical image processing, its quantum version is a vacancy. This paper studies the quantum image translation (QIT) for the first time to promote the development of quantum image processing. Two types of QIT: entire translation and cyclic translation are proposed by giving the quantum translation circuits. The translation in $$X$$ X -direction and $$Y$$ Y -direction is separable, and the circuits for translating right or left are different.
Quantum Information Processing – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 30, 2014
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