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|Title: ||A new approach for restoring block-transform coded images with estimation of correlation matrices|
|Authors: ||Choy, Steven S. O.|
|Subjects: ||Block codes|
|Issue Date: ||1997 |
|Citation: ||International Conference on Image Processing : proceedings : October 26-29, 1997, Santa Barbara, California, v.2, p. 342-345.|
|Abstract: ||This paper presents a new restoration approach to reduce coding artifacts in block-transform image coding. Different from conventional restoration techniques, the proposed one is non-iterative and requires light computational cost, yet can reconstruct objectively and subjectively better images. This good performance is achieved because of the following advantages the proposed approach has: (i) efficient incorporation of the solution bound into restoration; and (ii) effective exploitation of local image properties and statistical knowledge about the quantizers used.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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