Generalizing the Nonlocal-Means to Super-Resolution Reconstruction

@article{Protter2009GeneralizingTN,
  title={Generalizing the Nonlocal-Means to Super-Resolution Reconstruction},
  author={Matan Protter and Michael Elad and Hiroyuki Takeda and Peyman Milanfar},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Image Processing},
  year={2009},
  volume={18},
  pages={36-51}
}
Super-resolution reconstruction proposes a fusion of several low-quality images into one higher quality result with better optical resolution. Classic super-resolution techniques strongly rely on the availability of accurate motion estimation for this fusion task. When the motion is estimated inaccurately, as often happens for nonglobal motion fields, annoying artifacts appear in the super-resolved outcome. Encouraged by recent developments on the video denoising problem, where state-of-the-art… CONTINUE READING

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