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Super-Resolution in Compressive Coded Imaging Systems via l2 − l1 − l2 Minimization Under a Deep Learning Approach

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Citation Author(s):
Hans Garcia, Miguel Marquez, Henry Arguello
Submitted by:
Hans Garcia Arenas
Last updated:
31 March 2020 - 4:47am
Document Type:
Presentation Slides
Document Year:
2020
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Presenters Name:
Hans Garcia
Paper Code:
184

Abstract 

Abstract: 

In most imaging applications the spatial resolution is a concern of the systems, but increasing the resolution of the sensor increases substantially the implementation cost. One option with lower cost is the use of spatial light modulators, which allows improving the reconstructed image resolution by including a high-resolution codification. In this paper, we propose a reconstruction methodology that exploits the intrinsic information contained in low-resolution measurements generated by the use of high-resolution spatial light modulators and high-resolution approximations obtained via a CNN. Specifically, based on a high-resolution CNN approximation, an l2 fidelity regularization term is introduced into a traditional l2 −l1 optimization problem. Finally, the simulations of the proposed l2 −l1 −l2 reconstruction approach show a quality improvement in up to 3.7dB in averaged PSNR against the use of the traditional l2 − l1 approach.

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