Background estimation in nonlinear image restoration

@inproceedings{Kempen2000BackgroundEI,
  title={Background estimation in nonlinear image restoration},
  author={Geert M. P. van Kempen and Lucas J. van Vliet},
  year={2000}
}
One of the essential ways in which nonlinear image restoration algorithms differ from linear, convolution-type image restoration filters is their capability to restrict the restoration result to nonnegative intensities. The iterative constrained Tikhonov–Miller (ICTM) algorithm, for example, incorporates the nonnegativity constraint by clipping all negative values to zero after each iteration. This constraint will be effective only when the restored intensities have near-zero values. Therefore… CONTINUE READING

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