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An overview of state-of-the-art image restoration in electron microscopy

In Life Science research, electron microscopy (EM) is an essential tool for morphological analysis at the subcellular level as it allows for visualization at nanometer resolution. However, electron micrographs contain image degradations such as noise …

3D microwave tomography with huber regularization applied to realistic numerical breast phantoms

Quantitative active microwave imaging for breast cancer screening and therapy monitoring applications requires adequate reconstruction algorithms, in particular with regard to the nonlinearity and ill-posedness of the inverse problem. We employ a …

Context-aware patch-based image inpainting using Markov random field modeling

In this paper, we first introduce a general approach for context-aware patch-based image inpainting, where textural descriptors are used to guide and accelerate the search for well-matching (candidate) patches. A novel top-down splitting procedure …

Split-and-match: a Bayesian framework for vehicle re-identification in road tunnels

Crack detection and inpainting for virtual restoration of paintings: the case of the Ghent Altarpiece

Wavelet-based denoising for 3D OCT images

Optical coherence tomography produces high resolution medical images based on spatial and temporal coherence of the optical waves backscattered from the scanned tissue. However, the same coherence introduces speckle noise as well; this degrades the …