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The attainment of super resolution (SR) from a sequence of degraded undersampled images could be viewed as reconstruction of the high-resolution (HR) image from a finite set of its projections on a sampling lattice. This can then be formulated as an optimization problem whose solution is obtained by minimizing a cost function. The approaches adopted and their analysis to solve the formulated optimization problem are crucial, The image acquisition scheme is important in the modeling of the degradation process. The need for model accuracy is undeniable in the attainment of SR along with the design of the algorithm whose robust implementation will produce the desired quality in the presence of model parameter uncertainty. To keep the presentation focused and of reasonable size, data acquisition with multisensors instead of, say a video camera is considered.