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1 October 1992 Multiresolution imaging: information efficiency and visual quality
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Multiresolution imaging consists of image gathering, signal decomposition, quantization and either reconstruction or restoration. Our assessment of this process for restoration, in terms of information and fidelity, integrates optical filtering in image gathering and display with digital filtering and decimation in signal decomposition. This approach establishes upper bounds on the information efficiency of the data transmission for images restored with the best possible visual quality.
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Rachel Alter-Gartenberg and Zia-ur Rahman "Multiresolution imaging: information efficiency and visual quality", Proc. SPIE 1705, Visual Information Processing, (1 October 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138452
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