Vision Transformers have shown promising performance in image restoration, which usually conduct window- or channel-based attention to avoid intensive computations.
To tackle the first challenge, we proposed a Degradation Relationship Index (DRI) which is defined as the mean drop rate difference in the validation loss between two models which are respectively trained using the anchor degradation and the mixture of the anchor and the auxiliary degradations.
In this paper, we study a challenging problem in image restoration, namely, how to develop an all-in-one method that could recover images from a variety of unknown corruption types and levels.
To generate plausible haze, we study two less-touched but challenging problems in hazy image rendering, namely, i) how to estimate the transmission map from a single image without auxiliary information, and ii) how to adaptively learn the airlight from exemplars, i. e., unpaired real hazy images.
In this paper, we study two challenging problems in incomplete multi-view clustering analysis, namely, i) how to learn an informative and consistent representation among different views without the help of labels and ii) how to recover the missing views from data.
Ranked #1 on Incomplete multi-view clustering on n-MNIST
Different from the existing labor-intensive handcrafted architecture design paradigms, we present a novel method, termed as multi-sCaLe nEural ARchitecture sEarch for image Restoration (CLEARER), which is a speciﬁcally designed neural architecture search (NAS) for image restoration.
In this paper, we study two challenging and less-touched problems in single image dehazing, namely, how to make deep learning achieve image dehazing without training on the ground-truth clean image (unsupervised) and a image collection (untrained).