Image Dehazing using Bilinear Composition Loss Function

@article{Yang2017ImageDU,
  title={Image Dehazing using Bilinear Composition Loss Function},
  author={Chunhui Yang and Jinshan Pan and Qiong Yan and Wenxiu Sun and Jimmy S. J. Ren and Yu-Wing Tai},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1710.00279}
}
In this paper, we introduce a bilinear composition loss function to address the problem of image dehazing. Previous methods in image dehazing use a two-stage approach which first estimate the transmission map followed by clear image estimation. The drawback of a two-stage method is that it tends to boost local image artifacts such as noise, aliasing and blocking. This is especially the case for heavy haze images captured with a low quality device. Our method is based on convolutional neural… CONTINUE READING
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