Finding point spread function of motion blur using Radon transform and modeling the motion length

@article{Moghaddam2004FindingPS,
  title={Finding point spread function of motion blur using Radon transform and modeling the motion length},
  author={M. Esmaeilzadeh Moghaddam and Mansour Jamzad},
  journal={Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology, 2004.},
  year={2004},
  pages={314-317}
}
The success of restoring images degraded by motion blur highly depends on precise estimation of parameters such as motion direction and length that were involved in the motion blur function. In this paper we suggest a method which uses Radon transform to estimate motion direction and for estimating motion length we used curve fitting methods to provide an equation that could model the behaviour of Fourier transform of images that were degraded with different motion lengths. The input to this… CONTINUE READING
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