Lucy Richardson and Mean Modified Wiener Filter for Construction of Super-Resolution Image
Keywords:modified mean weiner filter, lucy richardson filter, bilateral total variation, fidelity term, super-resolution
The ultimate goal of the Super-Resolution (SR) technique is to generate the High-Resolution (HR) image by combining the corresponding images with Low-Resolution (LR), which is utilized for different applications such as surveillance, remote sensing, medical diagnosis, etc. The original HR image may be corrupted due to various causes such as warping, blurring, and noise addition. SR image reconstruction methods are frequently plagued by obtrusive restorative artifacts such as noise, stair casing effect, and blurring. Thus, striking a balance between smoothness and edge retention is never easy. By enhancing the visual information and autonomous machine perception, this work presented research to improve the effectiveness of SR image reconstruction The reference image is obtained from DIV2K and BSD 100 dataset, these reference LR image is converted as composed LR image using the proposed Lucy Richardson and Modified Mean Wiener (LR-MMWF) Filters. The possessed LR image is provided as input for the stage of bicubic interpolation. Afterward, the initial HR image is obtained as output from the interpolation stage which is given as input for the SR model consisting of fidelity term to decrease residual between the projected HR image and detected LR image. At last, a model based on Bilateral Total Variation (BTV) prior is utilized to improve the stability of the HR image by refining the quality of the image. The results obtained from the performance analysis show that the proposed LR-MMW filter attained better PSNR and Structural Similarity (SSIM) than the existing filters. The results obtained from the experiments show that the proposed LR-MMW filter achieved better performance and provides a higher PSNR value of 31.65dB whereas the Filter-Net and 1D,2D CNN filter achieved PSNR values of 28.95dB and 31.63dB respectively.
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