Image Deblurring

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Scale-recurrent Network for Deep Image Deblurring

jiangsutx/SRN-Deblur CVPR 2018

In single image deblurring, the "coarse-to-fine" scheme, i. e. gradually restoring the sharp image on different resolutions in a pyramid, is very successful in both traditional optimization-based methods and recent neural-network-based approaches.

The Little Engine that Could: Regularization by Denoising (RED)

google/RED 9 Nov 2016

As opposed to the $P^3$ method, we offer Regularization by Denoising (RED): using the denoising engine in defining the regularization of the inverse problem.

Gated Fusion Network for Joint Image Deblurring and Super-Resolution

jacquelinelala/GFN 27 Jul 2018

Single-image super-resolution is a fundamental task for vision applications to enhance the image quality with respect to spatial resolution.

Burst ranking for blind multi-image deblurring

pedrodiamel/ferattention 29 Oct 2018

The primary motivation is that current bursts deblurring methods do not handle well situations in which misalignment or out-of-context frames are present in the burst.

Residual Dense Network for Image Restoration

yulunzhang/RDN 25 Dec 2018

We fully exploit the hierarchical features from all the convolutional layers.

Group-based Sparse Representation for Image Restoration

jianzhangcs/GSR 14 May 2014

In this paper, instead of using patch as the basic unit of sparse representation, we exploit the concept of group as the basic unit of sparse representation, which is composed of nonlocal patches with similar structures, and establish a novel sparse representation modeling of natural images, called group-based sparse representation (GSR).

Class-specific image deblurring

saeed-anwar/Class_Specific_Deblurring IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision (ICCV) 2015

In image deblurring, a fundamental problem is that the blur kernel suppresses a number of spatial frequencies that are difficult to recover reliably.

Patch-Ordering as a Regularization for Inverse Problems in Image Processing

grishavak/Patch_Ordering_as_a_Regularization_for_Inverse_Problems_in_Image_Processing 26 Feb 2016

Recent work in image processing suggests that operating on (overlapping) patches in an image may lead to state-of-the-art results.

Deep Video Deblurring

susomena/DeepSlowMotion 25 Nov 2016

We show that the features learned from this dataset extend to deblurring motion blur that arises due to camera shake in a wide range of videos, and compare the quality of results to a number of other baselines.

On-Demand Learning for Deep Image Restoration

rhgao/on-demand-learning ICCV 2017

While machine learning approaches to image restoration offer great promise, current methods risk training models fixated on performing well only for image corruption of a particular level of difficulty---such as a certain level of noise or blur.