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Fractional total variation denoising model with $L^1$ fidelity

  title={Fractional total variation denoising model with \$L^1\$ fidelity},
  author={K. Bessas},
We study a nonlocal version of the total variation-based model with L−fidelity for image denoising, where the regularizing term is replaced with the fractional s-total variation. We discuss regularity of the level sets and uniqueness of solutions, both for high and low values of the fidelity parameter. We analyse in detail the case of binary data given by the characteristic functions of convex sets. 


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