Ronan Kerviche

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The goal of this paper is to present a non-iterative and more importantly an extremely fast algorithm to reconstruct images from compressively sensed (CS) random measurements. To this end, we propose a novel convolutional neural network (CNN) architecture which takes in CS measurements of an image as input and outputs an intermediate reconstruction. We call(More)
The goal of this paper is to present a non-iterative and more importantly an extremely fast algorithm to reconstruct images from compressively sensed (CS) random measurements. To this end, we propose a novel convolutional neural network (CNN) architecture which takes in CS measurements of an image as input and outputs an intermediate reconstruction. We call(More)
We present a compressive imager demonstrator based on a scalable, parallel architecture. It primarily utilizes information-optimal projections and a Piece-wise Linear Minimum Mean Square Error Estimator (PLE-MMSE) combined with a block-based statistical model of natural images. Such system delivers high-resolution images from low resolution sensor with near(More)
Traditional algorithms for compressive sensing recovery are computationally expensive and are ineffective at low measurement rates. In this work, we propose a data driven non-iterative algorithm to overcome the shortcomings of earlier iterative algorithms. Our solution, ReconNet, is a deep neural network, whose parameters are learned end-to-end to map(More)
Estimating the angular separation between two incoherently radiating monochromatic point sources is a canonical toy problem to quantify spatial resolution in imaging. In recent work, Tsang et al. showed, using a Fisher Information analysis, that Rayleigh's resolution limit is just an artifact of the conventional wisdom of intensity measurement in the image(More)
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