An Introduction to Super-Resolution Imaging

Jonathan D. Simpkins and Robert L. Stevenson


16.1    Big Picture

16.2    Formation of Low-Resolution Images

16.3    Super-Resolution: Origins

16.4    Shift-Add LR Fusion

16.5    Image Regularization

16.6    SR Reconstruction in the Presence of Blur

16.7    SR with Color Images

16.8    Motion Estimation



This chapter is presented as an introduction to super-resolution imaging, intended for beginning graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and researchers who are interested in leaming about super-resolution.

“Super-resolution” is the term used to denote the subset of imaging processing that tries to estimate a high-resolution image of a scene, ...

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