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The accurate registration of multiview images is of central importance in many advanced image processing applications. Image super-resolution, for example, is a typical application where the quality of the super-resolved image is degrading as registration errors increase. Popular registration methods are often based on features extracted from the acquired(More)
Recently, new sampling schemes were presented for signals with finite rate of innovation (FRI) using sampling kernels reproducing polynomials or exponentials. In this paper, we extend those sampling schemes to a distributed acquisition architecture in which numerous and randomly located sensors are pointing to the same area of interest. We emphasize the(More)
In this letter, we present a possible extension of the theory of sampling signals with finite rate of innovation (FRI) to the case of multichannel acquisition systems. The essential issue of a multichannel system is that each channel introduces different unknown delays and gains that need to be estimated for the calibration of the channels. We pose both the(More)
The problem of image super-resolution from a set of low resolution multiview images has recently received much attention and can be decomposed, at least conceptually, into two consecutive steps as: registration and restoration. The ability to accurately register the input images is key to the success and the quality of image super-resolution algorithms.(More)
Super-resolution algorithms combine multiple low resolution images into a single high resolution image. They have received a lot of attention recently in various application domains such as HDTV, satellite imaging, and video surveillance. These techniques take advantage of the aliasing present in the input images to reconstruct high frequency information of(More)
Consumer-grade plenoptic camera Lytro draws a lot of interest from both academic and industrial world. However its low resolution in both spatial and angular domain prevents it from being used for fine and detailed light field acquisition. This paper proposes to use a plenoptic camera as an image scanner and perform light field stitching to increase the(More)
We present a new technique for estimating the specular peak of the bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) based on finite rate of innovation (FRI) sampling. The specular component of the BRDF varies rapidly, so it is challenging to acquire it by point-wise sampling. Yet, the knowledge of its precise location is key to render realistically(More)
The spatial frequency response (SFR) is one of the most important and unbiased image quality measures of a digital camera. It evaluates to which extent a lens/sensor combination can resolve scene details. In this paper, we propose a simple and practical method to measure the SFR of microlens-based light field cameras. The particularity of such cameras(More)
Continuous-domain visual signals are usually captured as discrete (digital) images. This operation is not invertible in general, in the sense that the continuous-domain signal cannot be exactly reconstructed based on the discrete image, unless it satisfies certain constraints (e.g., bandlimitedness). In this paper, we study the problem of recovering shape(More)
Recent sampling results enable the reconstruction of signals composed of streams of fixed-shaped pulses. These results have found applications in topics as varied as channel estimation, biomedical imaging and radio astronomy. However, in many real signals, the pulse shapes vary throughout the signal. In this paper, we show how to sample and perfectly(More)