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|Title: ||New adaptive iterative image restoration algorithm|
|Authors: ||Choy, Steven S. O.|
|Subjects: ||Adaptive signal processing|
|Issue Date: ||1994 |
|Citation: ||ICIP-94 : 1994 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing : proceedings : November 13-16, 1994, Austin, Texas, v. 2, p. 670-674.|
|Abstract: ||It has been shown in the literature that adaptive regularized image restoration is superior to non-adaptive one. However, the adaptivity introduced in most proposed iterative algorithms is based only on the application of space-variant smoothing operator. It is found that these adaptive algorithms suffer from insufficient smoothing of the flat image regions. In this paper, an adaptive iterative image restoration algorithm, which applies both techniques of space-variant smoothing and space-variant restoration, is proposed to overcome the stated problem. It is shown by experiments that the restored images obtained by the proposed algorithm are better in terms of both numerical measurement and visual quality.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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