Image Formation Models
In order to solve the image identification and restoration problem, mathematical models are required for the real-world processes involved in image generation, formation and recording. It may even be argued that the ultimate goal of image restoration, that is the recovery of the original undistorted image, can only be understood and formulated through the use of mathematical models which reflect in one way or another the a priori information one has regarding the observed image, the image formation process and the original image. Without such knowledge, the identification and restoration of a degraded image could probably not be accomplished.
KeywordsImage Formation Image Model Image Restoration Motion Blur White Noise Process
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