1 April 2011 Image resolution enhancement via image restoration using neural network
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Image super-resolution aims to obtain a high-quality image at a resolution that is higher than that of the original coarse one. This paper presents a new neural network-based method for image super-resolution. In this technique, the super-resolution is considered as an inverse problem. An observation model that closely follows the physical image acquisition process is established to solve the problem. Based on this model, a cost function is created and minimized by a Hopfield neural network to produce high-resolution images from the corresponding low-resolution ones. Not like some other single frame super-resolution techniques, this technique takes into consideration point spread function blurring as well as additive noise and therefore generates high-resolution images with more preserved or restored image details. Experimental results demonstrate that the high-resolution images obtained by this technique have a very high quality in terms of PSNR and visually look more pleasant.
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Shuangteng Zhang, Shuangteng Zhang, Yihong Lu, Yihong Lu, } "Image resolution enhancement via image restoration using neural network," Journal of Electronic Imaging 20(2), 023013 (1 April 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3592523 . Submission:
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