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We propose here a class of restoration algorithms for color images, based upon the Mumford-Shah (MS) model and nonlocal image information. The Ambrosio-Tortorelli and Shah elliptic approximations are defined to work in a small local neighborhood, which are sufficient to denoise smooth regions with sharp boundaries. However, texture is nonlocal in nature and(More)
We wish to recover an original image u from several blurry-noisy versions f<inf>k</inf>, called frames. We assume a more severe degradation model, in which the image u has been blurred by a noisy (stochastic) point spread function. We consider the problem of restoring the degraded image in a variational framework. Since the recovery of u from one single(More)
We wish to recover an image corrupted by blur and Gaus-sian or impulse noise, in a variational framework. We use two data-fidelity terms depending on the noise, and several local and nonlocal regularizers. Inspired by Buades-Coll-Morel, Gilboa-Osher, and other nonlocal models , we propose nonlocal versions of the Ambrosio-Tortorelli and Shah approximations(More)
We wish to recover an original image u from several blurry-noisy versions f k , called frames. We assume a more severe degradation model, in which the image u has been blurred by a noisy (stochastic) point spread function. We consider the problem of restoring the degraded image in a variational framework. Since the recovery of u from one single frame f is a(More)
We introduce several color image restoration algorithms based on the Mumford-Shah model and nonlocal image information. The standard Ambrosio-Tortorelli and Shah models are defined to work in a small local neighborhood, which are sufficient to denoise smooth regions with sharp boundaries. However, textures are not local in nature and require(More)
A convergent iterative regularization procedure based on the square of a dual norm is introduced for image restoration models with general (quadratic or non-quadratic) convex fidelity terms. Iterative regularization methods have been previously employed for image deblurring or denoising in the presence of Gaussian noise, which use L 2 (Tadmor et al. in(More)