28 August 2013 Discrete algebraic reconstruction technique: a new approach for superresolution reconstruction of license plates
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A new superresolution algorithm is proposed to reconstruct a high-resolution license plate image from a set of low-resolution camera images. The reconstruction methodology is based on the discrete algebraic reconstruction technique (DART), a recently developed reconstruction method. While DART has already been successfully applied in tomographic imaging, it has not yet been transferred to the field of camera imaging. DART is introduced for camera imaging through a demonstration of how prior knowledge of the colors of the license plate can be directly exploited during the reconstruction of a high-resolution image from a set of low-resolution images. Simulation experiments show that DART can reconstruct images with superior quality compared to conventional reconstruction methods.
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Karim Zarei Zefreh, Karim Zarei Zefreh, Wim van Aarle, Wim van Aarle, K. Joost Batenburg, K. Joost Batenburg, Jan Sijbers, Jan Sijbers, } "Discrete algebraic reconstruction technique: a new approach for superresolution reconstruction of license plates," Journal of Electronic Imaging 22(4), 041111 (28 August 2013). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.22.4.041111 . Submission:
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