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Superresolution video reconstruction with arbitrary sampling lattices and nonzero aperture time

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3 Author(s)
Patti, A.J. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Rochester Univ., NY, USA ; Sezan, M.I. ; Tekalp, A.M.

Printing from an NTSC source and conversion of NTSC source material to high-definition television (HDTV) format are some of the applications that motivate superresolution (SR) image and video reconstruction from low-resolution (LR) and possibly blurred sources. Existing methods for SR image reconstruction are limited by the assumptions that the input LR images are sampled progressively, and that the aperture time of the camera is zero, thus ignoring the motion blur occurring during the aperture time. Because of the observed adverse effects of these assumptions for many common video sources, this paper proposes (i) a complete model of video acquisition with an arbitrary input sampling lattice and a nonzero aperture time, and (ii) an algorithm based on this model using the theory of projections onto convex sets to reconstruct SR still images or video from an LR time sequence of images. Experimental results with real video are provided, which clearly demonstrate that a significant increase in the image resolution can be achieved by taking the motion blurring into account especially when there exists large interframe motion

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Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 8 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1997

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