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Physically Consistent and Efficient Variational Denoising of Image Fluid Flow Estimates

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Physically Consistent and Efficient Variational Denoising of Image Fluid Flow Estimates
Imaging plays an important role in experimental fluid dynamics. It is equally important both for scientific research and a range of industrial applications. It is known, however, that estimated velocity fields of fluids often suffer from various types of corruptions like missing data, for instance, that make their physical interpretation questionable. We present an algorithm that accepts a wide variety of corrupted 2-D vector fields as input data and allows to recover missing data fragments and to remove noise in a physically plausible way. Our approach essentially exploits the physical properties of incompressible fluid flows and does not rely upon any particular model of noise. As a result, the developed algorithm performs well and robust for different types of noise and estimation errors. The computational algorithm is sufficiently simple to scale up to large 3-D problems.
Andrey Vlasenko, Christoph Schnörr
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Updated 22 May 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where TIP
Authors Andrey Vlasenko, Christoph Schnörr
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