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Fast Bayesian Uncertainty Estimation and Reduction of Batch Normalized Single Image Super-Resolution Network

  title={Fast Bayesian Uncertainty Estimation and Reduction of Batch Normalized Single Image Super-Resolution Network},
  author={Aupendu Kar and Prabir Kumar Biswas},
Convolutional neural network (CNN) has achieved unprecedented success in image super-resolution tasks in recent years. However, the network’s performance depends on the distribution of the training sets and degrades on outof-distribution samples. This paper adopts a Bayesian approach for estimating uncertainty associated with output and applies it in a deep image super-resolution model to address the concern mentioned above. We use the uncertainty estimation technique using the batch… Expand

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