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Handling noise in image deconvolution with local/non-local priors

Abstract : Non-blind deconvolution consists in recovering a sharp latent image from a blurred image with a known kernel. Decon-volved images usually contain unpleasant artifacts due to the ill-posedness of the problem even when the kernel is known. Making use of natural sparse priors has shown to reduce ring-ing artifacts but handling noise remains limited. On the other hand, non-local priors have shown to give the best results in image denoising. We propose in this paper to combine both local and non-local priors to handle noise. We show that the blur increases the self-similarity within an image and thus makes non-local priors a good choice for denoising blurred images. However, denoising introduces outliers which are not Gaussian and should be well modeled. Experiments show that our method produces a better image reconstruction both visually and empirically compared to methods some popular methods.
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Hicham Badri, Hussein Yahia. Handling noise in image deconvolution with local/non-local priors. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP), IEEE, Oct 2014, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01078693⟩



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