Modern digital cameras and smartphones mostly rely on image signal processing (ISP) pipelines to produce realistic colored RGB images.
The existing SR methods have limited performance due to a fixed degradation settings, i. e. usually a bicubic downscaling of low-resolution (LR) image.
no code implementations • 7 Jun 2021 • Goutam Bhat, Martin Danelljan, Radu Timofte, Kazutoshi Akita, Wooyeong Cho, Haoqiang Fan, Lanpeng Jia, Daeshik Kim, Bruno Lecouat, Youwei Li, Shuaicheng Liu, Ziluan Liu, Ziwei Luo, Takahiro Maeda, Julien Mairal, Christian Micheloni, Xuan Mo, Takeru Oba, Pavel Ostyakov, Jean Ponce, Sanghyeok Son, Jian Sun, Norimichi Ukita, Rao Muhammad Umer, Youliang Yan, Lei Yu, Magauiya Zhussip, Xueyi Zou
This paper reviews the NTIRE2021 challenge on burst super-resolution.
no code implementations • 25 Sep 2020 • Pengxu Wei, Hannan Lu, Radu Timofte, Liang Lin, WangMeng Zuo, Zhihong Pan, Baopu Li, Teng Xi, Yanwen Fan, Gang Zhang, Jingtuo Liu, Junyu Han, Errui Ding, Tangxin Xie, Liang Cao, Yan Zou, Yi Shen, Jialiang Zhang, Yu Jia, Kaihua Cheng, Chenhuan Wu, Yue Lin, Cen Liu, Yunbo Peng, Xueyi Zou, Zhipeng Luo, Yuehan Yao, Zhenyu Xu, Syed Waqas Zamir, Aditya Arora, Salman Khan, Munawar Hayat, Fahad Shahbaz Khan, Tongtong Zhao, Shanshan Zhao, Yoseob Han, Byung-Hoon Kim, JaeHyun Baek, Haoning Wu, Dejia Xu, Bo Zhou, Wei Guan, Xiaobo Li, Chen Ye, Hao Li, Yukai Shi, Zhijing Yang, Xiaojun Yang, Haoyu Zhong, Xin Li, Xin Jin, Yaojun Wu, Yingxue Pang, Sen Liu, Zhi-Song Liu, Li-Wen Wang, Chu-Tak Li, Marie-Paule Cani, Wan-Chi Siu, Yuanbo Zhou, Rao Muhammad Umer, Christian Micheloni, Xiaofeng Cong, Rajat Gupta, Keon-Hee Ahn, Jun-Hyuk Kim, Jun-Ho Choi, Jong-Seok Lee, Feras Almasri, Thomas Vandamme, Olivier Debeir
This paper introduces the real image Super-Resolution (SR) challenge that was part of the Advances in Image Manipulation (AIM) workshop, held in conjunction with ECCV 2020.
3 code implementations • 15 Sep 2020 • Kai Zhang, Martin Danelljan, Yawei Li, Radu Timofte, Jie Liu, Jie Tang, Gangshan Wu, Yu Zhu, Xiangyu He, Wenjie Xu, Chenghua Li, Cong Leng, Jian Cheng, Guangyang Wu, Wenyi Wang, Xiaohong Liu, Hengyuan Zhao, Xiangtao Kong, Jingwen He, Yu Qiao, Chao Dong, Maitreya Suin, Kuldeep Purohit, A. N. Rajagopalan, Xiaochuan Li, Zhiqiang Lang, Jiangtao Nie, Wei Wei, Lei Zhang, Abdul Muqeet, Jiwon Hwang, Subin Yang, JungHeum Kang, Sung-Ho Bae, Yongwoo Kim, Geun-Woo Jeon, Jun-Ho Choi, Jun-Hyuk Kim, Jong-Seok Lee, Steven Marty, Eric Marty, Dongliang Xiong, Siang Chen, Lin Zha, Jiande Jiang, Xinbo Gao, Wen Lu, Haicheng Wang, Vineeth Bhaskara, Alex Levinshtein, Stavros Tsogkas, Allan Jepson, Xiangzhen Kong, Tongtong Zhao, Shanshan Zhao, Hrishikesh P. S, Densen Puthussery, Jiji C. V, Nan Nan, Shuai Liu, Jie Cai, Zibo Meng, Jiaming Ding, Chiu Man Ho, Xuehui Wang, Qiong Yan, Yuzhi Zhao, Long Chen, Jiangtao Zhang, Xiaotong Luo, Liang Chen, Yanyun Qu, Long Sun, Wenhao Wang, Zhenbing Liu, Rushi Lan, Rao Muhammad Umer, Christian Micheloni
This paper reviews the AIM 2020 challenge on efficient single image super-resolution with focus on the proposed solutions and results.
Deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have recently achieved great success for single image super-resolution (SISR) task due to their powerful feature representation capabilities.
We consider a deep cyclic network structure to maintain the domain consistency between the LR and HR data distributions, which is inspired by the recent success of CycleGAN in the image-to-image translation applications.
5 code implementations • 5 May 2020 • Andreas Lugmayr, Martin Danelljan, Radu Timofte, Namhyuk Ahn, Dongwoon Bai, Jie Cai, Yun Cao, Junyang Chen, Kaihua Cheng, SeYoung Chun, Wei Deng, Mostafa El-Khamy, Chiu Man Ho, Xiaozhong Ji, Amin Kheradmand, Gwantae Kim, Hanseok Ko, Kanghyu Lee, Jungwon Lee, Hao Li, Ziluan Liu, Zhi-Song Liu, Shuai Liu, Yunhua Lu, Zibo Meng, Pablo Navarrete Michelini, Christian Micheloni, Kalpesh Prajapati, Haoyu Ren, Yong Hyeok Seo, Wan-Chi Siu, Kyung-Ah Sohn, Ying Tai, Rao Muhammad Umer, Shuangquan Wang, Huibing Wang, Timothy Haoning Wu, Hao-Ning Wu, Biao Yang, Fuzhi Yang, Jaejun Yoo, Tongtong Zhao, Yuanbo Zhou, Haijie Zhuo, Ziyao Zong, Xueyi Zou
This paper reviews the NTIRE 2020 challenge on real world super-resolution.
Most current deep learning based single image super-resolution (SISR) methods focus on designing deeper / wider models to learn the non-linear mapping between low-resolution (LR) inputs and the high-resolution (HR) outputs from a large number of paired (LR/HR) training data.
Single Image Super-Resolution (SISR) aims to generate a high-resolution (HR) image of a given low-resolution (LR) image.