Compressive Image Recovery Using Recurrent Generative Model

13 Dec 2016  ·  Akshat Dave, Anil Kumar Vadathya, Kaushik Mitra ·

Reconstruction of signals from compressively sensed measurements is an ill-posed problem. In this paper, we leverage the recurrent generative model, RIDE, as an image prior for compressive image reconstruction. Recurrent networks can model long-range dependencies in images and hence are suitable to handle global multiplexing in reconstruction from compressive imaging. We perform MAP inference with RIDE using back-propagation to the inputs and projected gradient method. We propose an entropy thresholding based approach for preserving texture in images well. Our approach shows superior reconstructions compared to recent global reconstruction approaches like D-AMP and TVAL3 on both simulated and real data.

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