Spatial domain interpolation, Computer Engineering

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Create an interpolation algorithm using the fast Fourier transformer. Assess the performance of the algorithm by using the PSNR and SSIM.  Compare your results with the spatial domain interpolation.  Try to use another transformation for interpolation and compare it with the FFT algorithm.

 

 

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