deconvolution


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de·con·vo·lu·tion

(dē'con-vō-lū'shŭn),
1. A mathematic technique for solution of functions whose input includes their output; used to solve for the image elements in computed tomography or magnetic resonance imaging.
2. Computer-based process for enhancing image definition in microscopy.
[de- + L. convulutio, a rolling up, fr. convolvo, to roll up]
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Ho, "Non-Blind Image Deconvolution With Adaptive Regularization", PCM'10 Proceedings Of The 11th Pacific Rim Conference On Advances In Multimedia Information Processing: Part I, pp.
In the literature, there are numerous results reported for deconvolution by Maximum Entropy method.
Contrary to the deconvolution in performed on pixel-wise class probability for object segmentation, our model generates pixel-wise image detail restoration using deep deconvolution network, where a clean image is obtained by successive operations of deconvolution.
In fact, DNAm estimates based on deconvolution were very similar to the [beta]-values of DNAm profiles of purified subsets (18) (Fig.
3D Euler Deconvolution. To estimate the depth of the deep structures, the Euler method is applied the RTE-TMI map.
IRF Deconvolution. Table 1 also shows that the measured fluorescence lifetimes do not coincide with the reference values.
While most astrophotographers have success improving their images using standard sharpening tools like the popular Unsharp Mask tool in Adobe Photoshop, they often report that deconvolution either didn't work or made their images appear worse.
* The proposed HVS-based algorithm focuses on the three sub-models :maximum likelihood estimation method,blind deconvolution and dehazing using linear transformation.
In fact, deconvolution of the C 1s peak in Figure 8(c) resulted in 3 subpeaks: the subpeak at a binding energy (BE) ~284.7 eV can be assigned to the carbon atoms in the saturated chains of the dicarboxylic acid, the one around 285.4 eV to the carbonatom attached to the carboxyl carbon (C-COOX), and the peak at BE ~288.3 eV to the carboxylate (O-C=O-), in agreement with results published in related literature [29-31].
Meanwhile, deconvolution operation is employed to densify map 2 because vacancy still exists sparsely when v < u.
Furthermore, the computerized glow curve deconvolution using a general order kinetics model reveals that the glow curves are composed of four individual peaks, the main with kinetics order b = 1.48.