Restoration of Degraded Images with Maximum Entropy

@article{Noll1997RestorationOD,
  title={Restoration of Degraded Images with Maximum Entropy},
  author={Dominikus Noll},
  journal={J. Global Optimization},
  year={1997},
  volume={10},
  pages={91-103}
}
Images recorded in electronic or photographic media are often degraded due to system imperfections such as diffraction effects, optical system aberrations, camera and/or object motions, defocussing, or atmospheric turbulences. In addition to these blurring effects, the recorded image is usually corrupted by various random noise effects such as the randomness of the film grain, photoelectric effects, but also random measurement or transmission errors and a further degradation caused by… CONTINUE READING