BSD is a dataset used frequently for image denoising and super-resolution. Of the subdatasets, BSD100 is aclassical image dataset having 100 test images proposed by Martin et al.. The dataset is composed of a large variety of images ranging from natural images to object-specific such as plants, people, food etc. BSD100 is the testing set of the Berkeley segmentation dataset BSD300.
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The Urban100 dataset contains 100 images of urban scenes. It commonly used as a test set to evaluate the performance of super-resolution models. Image Source: http://vllab.ucmerced.edu/wlai24/LapSRN/
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The Set14 dataset is a dataset consisting of 14 images commonly used for testing performance of Image Super-Resolution models. Image Source: https://www.ece.rice.edu/~wakin/images/
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The Set5 dataset is a dataset consisting of 5 images (“baby”, “bird”, “butterfly”, “head”, “woman”) commonly used for testing performance of Image Super-Resolution models. Image Source: http://people.rennes.inria.fr/Aline.Roumy/results/SR_BMVC12.html
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Manga109 has been compiled by the Aizawa Yamasaki Matsui Laboratory, Department of Information and Communication Engineering, the Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, the University of Tokyo. The compilation is intended for use in academic research on the media processing of Japanese manga. Manga109 is composed of 109 manga volumes drawn by professional manga artists in Japan. These manga were commercially made available to the public between the 1970s and 2010s, and encompass a wide range of target readerships and genres (see the table in Explore for further details.) Most of the manga in the compilation are available at the manga library “Manga Library Z” (formerly the “Zeppan Manga Toshokan” library of out-of-print manga).
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Using the validation set (100 images) from the widely used DIV2K dataset, we blurred and subsampled each image with a different, randomly generated kernel. Kernels were 11x11 anisotropic gaussians with random lengths λ1, λ2∼U(0.6, 5) independently distributed for each axis, rotated by a random angle θ∼U[−π, π].
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