Search Results for author: Zhenkuan Pan

Found 6 papers, 1 papers with code

Optimizing ADMM and Over-Relaxed ADMM Parameters for Linear Quadratic Problems

no code implementations1 Jan 2024 Jintao Song, Wenqi Lu, Yunwen Lei, Yuchao Tang, Zhenkuan Pan, Jinming Duan

The Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADMM) has gained significant attention across a broad spectrum of machine learning applications.

Deblurring Image Deblurring +2

UID2021: An Underwater Image Dataset for Evaluation of No-reference Quality Assessment Metrics

1 code implementation19 Apr 2022 Guojia Hou, YuXuan Li, Huan Yang, Kunqian Li, Zhenkuan Pan

Achieving subjective and objective quality assessment of underwater images is of high significance in underwater visual perception and image/video processing.

Image Enhancement Image Quality Assessment +1

Enhancing Underwater Image via Adaptive Color and Contrast Enhancement, and Denoising

no code implementations2 Apr 2021 Xinjie Li, Guojia Hou, Kunqian Li, Zhenkuan Pan

To address these visual degradations, we propose a novel scheme by constructing an adaptive color and contrast enhancement, and denoising (ACCE-D) framework for underwater image enhancement.

Denoising Image Enhancement

The Chan-Vese Model with Elastica and Landmark Constraints for Image Segmentation

no code implementations27 May 2019 Jintao Song, Huizhu Pan, Wuanquan Liu, Zisen Xu, Zhenkuan Pan

In order to completely separate objects with large sections of occluded boundaries in an image, we devise a new variational level set model for image segmentation combining the Chan-Vese model with elastica and landmark constraints.

Computational Efficiency Image Segmentation +2

Tensor Based Second Order Variational Model for Image Reconstruction

no code implementations27 Sep 2016 Jinming Duan, Wil OC Ward, Luke Sibbett, Zhenkuan Pan, Li Bai

Second order total variation (SOTV) models have advantages for image reconstruction over their first order counterparts including their ability to remove the staircase artefact in the reconstructed image, but they tend to blur the reconstructed image.

Denoising Image Inpainting +1

Blurred Palmprint Recognition Based on Stable-FeatureExtraction Using a Vese-Osher Decomposition Model

no code implementations 7 2014 Danfeng Hong, Jian Su, Qinggen Hong, Zhenkuan Pan, Guodong Wang

The experimental results are used to demonstrate the theoretica conclusion that the structure laver is stable foidifferent bluring scales The WRHOG method also proves to be an advanced and robust method of distinauishing blurredpalmprints.

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