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Statistical Performance Analysis of a Fast Super-Resolution Technique Using Noisy Translations

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Statistical Performance Analysis of a Fast Super-Resolution Technique Using Noisy Translations
Abstract—The registration process is a key step for superresolution (SR) reconstruction. More and more devices permit to overcome this bottleneck by using a controlled positioning system, e.g. sensor shifting using a piezoelectric stage. This makes possible to acquire multiple images of the same scene at different controlled positions. Then a fast SR algorithm [1] can be used for efficient SR reconstruction. In this case, the optimal use of r2 images for a resolution enhancement factor r is generally not enough to obtain satisfying results due to the random inaccuracy of the positioning system. Thus we propose to take several images around each reference position. We study the error produced by the SR algorithm due to spatial uncertainty as a function of the number of images per position. We obtain a lower bound on the number of images that is necessary to ensure a given error upper bound with probability higher than some desired confidence level. Such results give precious hints t...
Pierre Chainais, Aymeric Leray
Added 11 Apr 2016
Updated 11 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where TIP
Authors Pierre Chainais, Aymeric Leray
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