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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 …

Complex wavelet joint denoising and demosaicing using Gaussian scale mixtures

Wavelet-based demosaicing techniques have the advantage of being computationally relatively fast, while having a reconstruction performance that is similar to state-of-the-art techniques. Because the demosaicing rules are linear, it is fairly simple …

A recursive scheme for computing autocorrelation functions of decimated complex wavelet subbands

This paper deals with the problem of the exact computation of the autocorrelation function of a real or complex discrete wavelet subband of a signal, when the autocorrelation function (or Power Spectral Density, PSD) of the signal in the time domain …

Image denoising using mixtures of projected Gaussian scale mixtures

We propose a new statistical model for image restoration in which neighbourhoods of wavelet subbands are modeled by a discrete mixture of linear projected Gaussian Scale Mixtures (MPGSM). In each projection, a lower dimensional approximation of the …

Passive error concealment for wavelet-coded I-frames with an inhomogeneous Gauss-Markov random field model

In video communication over lossy packet networks (e.g., the Internet), packet loss errors can severely damage the transmitted video. The damaged video can largely be repairedwith passive error concealment, where neighboring informationis used to …

Denoising of multicomponent images using wavelet least-squares estimators

Estimating the probability of the presence of a signal of interest in multiresolution single- and multiband image denoising

We develop three novel wavelet domain denoising methods for subband-adaptive, spatially-adaptive and multivalued image denoising. The core of our approach is the estimation of the probability that a given coefficient contains a significant noise-free …