Total Variation Deconvolution using Split Bregman

@article{Getreuer2012TotalVD,
  title={Total Variation Deconvolution using Split Bregman},
  author={Pascal Getreuer},
  journal={Image Process. Line},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={158-174}
}
Deblurring is the inverse problem of restoring an image that has been blurred and possibly corrupted with noise. Deconvolution refers to the case where the blur to be removed is linear and shift-invariant so it may be expressed as a convolution of the image with a point spread function. Convolution corresponds in the Fourier domain to multiplication, and deconvolution is essentially Fourier division. The challenge is that since the multipliers are often small for high frequencies, direct… 
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