Degradation Reduction in Optics Imagery usingToeplitz

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  title={Degradation Reduction in Optics Imagery usingToeplitz},
  author={StructureJames and G{\'a}bor Nagy and Veena Paul and PaucayRobert and J.... and PlemmonszTodd and C... and TorgersenxAbstractThis},
  year={1997}
}
  • StructureJames, Gábor Nagy, +5 authors TorgersenxAbstractThis
  • Published 1997
This paper is concerned with improvement in optical image quality by image restoration. Image restoration is an ill-posed inverse problem which involves the removal or minimization of degradations caused by noise and blur in an image, resulting from, in this case, imaging through a medium. Our work here concerns the use of the underlying Toeplitz structure of such problems, and associated techniques for accelerating the convergence of iterative image restoration computations. Denoising methods… CONTINUE READING

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