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In-Focus Imaging by Mosaicking and Super-Resolution

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In-Focus Imaging by Mosaicking and Super-Resolution
Although an all-in-focus image can be generated by mosaicking all the best focused regions of a sequence of acquired images taken under different focal settings, an even betterresolved result can be obtained with those discarded lessfocused regions which actually contain more useful information. This paper presents a method to estimate an all-infocus and super-resolved image of a scene from a sequence of such images. The proposed method applies mosaicking and super-resolution techniques simultaneously to iteratively reconstruct a better image by blind trellis searching. Partitioning images into small blocks makes the new method parallel and fast over blocks. With our regularized approach, a high resolution image can be efficiently estimated both in the underdetermined case and in the case with registration errors.
Jieyong Lv, Pengwei Hao
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where ICIP
Authors Jieyong Lv, Pengwei Hao
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