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ane and Bates’ (LB) blind deconvolution [1] is based on the zero-sheets of the z-transform of given images. This method enables us to uniquely eliminate blurs convolved in the given images. However, due to its advanced analytical method, the computational complexity for the image processing is enormous. In our first paper [2] we presented the version 1 of(More)
Abstract—We developed novel conditional expressions (CEs) for Lane and Bates’ blind deconvolution. The CEs are given in term of the derivatives of the zero-values of the z-transform of given images. The CEs make it possible to automatically detect multiple blur convolved in the given images all at once without performing any analysis of the zero-sheets of(More)
The observation of hydrogenlike πK atoms, consisting of π^{-}K^{+} or π^{+}K^{-} mesons, is presented. The atoms are produced by 24  GeV/c protons from the CERN PS accelerator, interacting with platinum or nickel foil targets. The breakup (ionization) of πK atoms in the same targets yields characteristic πK pairs, called "atomic pairs," with small relative(More)
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