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Process of image super-resolution

@article{Lablanche2019ProcessOI,
  title={Process of image super-resolution},
  author={S. Lablanche and Gerard Lablanche},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1904.08396}
}
In this paper we explain a process of super-resolution reconstruction allowing to increase the resolution of an image. [...] Key Method A zone of one low-resolution image is isolated and categorized according to the information contained in pixels forming the borders of the zone. The category of it zone determines the type of interpolation used to add pixels in aforementioned zone, to increase the neatness of the images. It is also known how to reconstruct a low-resolution image there high-resolution image by…Expand

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