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"Rich A"<rander3127@gmail.com> wrote

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  I don't understand why others think this is silly.
Did I miss something? Is it not promising that an
algorythm could offer a sharpness not available
via normal resizing methods? This seems to be a
kind of "smart contrast" method.

  I'd be interested to find source code to possibly
add such a method to resizing operations. (I have
neither the patience nor the expertise to deduce it
from thir published explanations, but their comparison
to bicubic [arguably the best enlarging algorythm]
looks promising.)