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Restoring Images Degraded by Spatially-Variant Blur
Restoration of images that have been blurred by the effects of a Gaussian blurring function is an ill-posed but well-studied problem. Any blur that is spatially invariant can be expressed as a convolution kernel in an ...
Image Restoration through Subimages and Confidence Images
Some very effective but expensive image reconstruction algorithms cannot be applied to large images because of their cost. In this work, we first show how to apply such algorithms to subimages, giving improved reconstruction ...
Displaying Confidence Images
Algorithms for computing images result in an estimate of an image. The image may result from deblurring a measured image, from deconvolving a set of measurements, or from computing an image by modeling physical processes ...
Fast Iterative Image Restoration with a Spatially-Varying PSF
We describe how to efficiently apply a spatially-variant blurring operator using linear interpolation of measured point spread functions. Numerical experiments illustrate that substantially better resolution can be obtained ...