Poisson image reconstruction with total variation regularization

@article{Willett2010PoissonIR,
  title={Poisson image reconstruction with total variation regularization},
  author={R. Willett and Z. Harmany and R. Marcia},
  journal={2010 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing},
  year={2010},
  pages={4177-4180}
}
This paper describes an optimization framework for reconstructing nonnegative image intensities from linear projections contaminated with Poisson noise. Such Poisson inverse problems arise in a variety of applications, ranging from medical imaging to astronomy. A total variation regularization term is used to counter the ill-posedness of the inverse problem and results in reconstructions that are piecewise smooth. The proposed algorithm sequentially approximates the objective function with a… Expand
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