Deep Cyclic Generative Adversarial Residual Convolutional Networks for Real Image Super-Resolution

Recent deep learning based single image super-resolution (SISR) methods mostly train their models in a clean data domain where the low-resolution (LR) and the high-resolution (HR) images come from noise-free settings (same domain) due to the bicubic down-sampling assumption. However, such degradation process is not available in real-world settings... (read more)

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