From the Proceedings of the 2001 IEEE-EURASIP Workshop On Nolinear Signal and Image Processing SUPER-RESOLUTION : RECONSTRUCTION OR RECOGNITION ?

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  title={From the Proceedings of the 2001 IEEE-EURASIP Workshop On Nolinear Signal and Image Processing SUPER-RESOLUTION : RECONSTRUCTION OR RECOGNITION ?},
  author={Simon Baker and Takeo Kanade},
  year={2001}
}
Super-resolution is usually posed as a reconstructionproblem. The low resolution input images are assumed to be noisy, downsampled versions of an unknown super-resolution image that is to be estimated. A common way of inverting the down-sampling process is to write down the reconstruction constraints and then solve them, often adding a smoothness prior to regularize the solution. In this paper, we present two results which both show that there is more to super-resolution than image… CONTINUE READING

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