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Parallel blind deconvolution applied to solar image

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Abstract

Two parallel blind deconvolution methods, each of which uses multiple frames or several images segmented from a single frame, were applied to solar images to reconstruct their fine structure. The influence of low-contrast intensity distribution on the solar images on their reconstruction was investigated with computer simulations. The methods are also applied to an observed solar image.

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Miura, N., Ohsawa, K. & Baba, N. Parallel blind deconvolution applied to solar image. Optical Review 1, 208–210 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03254864

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Key words

  • blind deconvolution
  • image reconstruction
  • solar image
  • atmosperic turbulence
  • frame segmentation
  • stellar speckle interferometry