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A Note on Machine Learning Approach for Computational Imaging

  title={A Note on Machine Learning Approach for Computational Imaging},
  author={Bin Dong},
  • Bin Dong
  • Published 24 February 2022
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Computational imaging has been playing a vital role in the development of natural sciences. Advances in sensory, information, and computer technologies have further extended the scope of influence of imaging, making digital images an essential component of our daily lives. For the past three decades, we have witnessed phenomenal developments of mathematical and machine learning methods in computational imaging. In this note, we will review some of the recent developments of the machine learning… 



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