On the tensor nuclear norm and the total variation regularization for image and video completion

by   A. H. Bentbib, et al.

In the present paper we propose two new algorithms of tensor completion for three-order tensors. The proposed methods consist in minimizing the average rank of the underlying tensor using its approximate function namely the tensor nuclear norm and then the recovered data will be obtained by using the total variation regularisation technique. We will adopt the Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADM), using the tensor T-product, to solve the main optimization problems associated to the two algorithms. In the last section, we present some numerical experiments and comparisons with the most known image completion methods.


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