A variational model for wrapped phase denoising

by   Ivan May-Cen, et al.

In this paper, we introduce a total variation based variational model for denoising wrapped phase images. Our model improves on former methods by preserving discontinuities of the phase map and enforcing the fundamental Pythagorean trigonometric identity between the real and imaginary parts of the phase map enhancing the quality of the restored phase. The existence and uniqueness of the solution of our model is proven using standard methods. Further, we provide a fast fixed point method for finding the numerical solution and prove its convergence. Experiments on both synthetic and real patterns verify our findings.


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