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Superresolution reconstruction using nonlinear gradient-based regularization
Zhang X(张鑫); Edmund Lam
Source PublicationMultidim Syst Sign Process
2009
Issue20Pages:375
AbstractThis paper discusses the problem of superresolution reconstruction. To preserve edges accurately and efficiently in the reconstruction, we propose a nonlinear gradient-based regularization that uses the gradient vector field of a preliminary high resolution image to configure a regularization matrix and compute the regularization parameters. Compared with other existing methods, it not only enhances the spatial resolution of the resulting images,
but can also preserve edges and smooth noise to a greater extent. The advantages are shown in simulations and experiments with synthetic and real images.


KeywordSuperresolution Reconstruction
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/12002
Collection09年以前成果
Corresponding AuthorEdmund Lam
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Zhang X,Edmund Lam. Superresolution reconstruction using nonlinear gradient-based regularization[J]. Multidim Syst Sign Process,2009(20):375.
APA Zhang X,&Edmund Lam.(2009).Superresolution reconstruction using nonlinear gradient-based regularization.Multidim Syst Sign Process(20),375.
MLA Zhang X,et al."Superresolution reconstruction using nonlinear gradient-based regularization".Multidim Syst Sign Process .20(2009):375.
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