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Denoising-based image reconstruction from pixels located at non-integer positions

by   Ján Koloda, et al.

Digital images are commonly represented as regular 2D arrays, so pixels are organized in form of a matrix addressed by integers. However, there are many image processing operations, such as rotation or motion compensation, that produce pixels at non-integer positions. Typically, image reconstruction techniques cannot handle samples at non-integer positions. In this paper, we propose to use triangulation-based reconstruction as initial estimate that is later refined by a novel adaptive denoising framework. Simulations reveal that improvements of up to more than 1.8 dB (in terms of PSNR) are achieved with respect to the initial estimate.


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