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A Novel and Robust Wavelet based Super Resolution Reconstruction of Low Resolution Images using Efficient Denoising and Adaptive Interpolation
Liyakathunisa, C.N.Ravi Kuamr
Pages - 401 - 420     |    Revised - 30-08-2010     |    Published - 30-10-2010
Volume - 4   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - October 2010  Table of Contents
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KEYWORDS
Adaptive Interpolation, Super Resolution Reconstruction, Denoising
ABSTRACT
High Resolution images can be reconstructed from several blurred, noisy and aliased low resolution images using a computational process know as super resolution reconstruction. Super resolution reconstruction is the process of combining several low resolution images into a single higher resolution image. In this paper we concentrate on a special case of super resolution problem where the wrap is composed of pure translation and rotation, the blur is space invariant and the noise is additive white Gaussian noise. Super resolution reconstruction consists of registration, restoration and interpolation phases. Once the Low resolution image are registered with respect to a reference frame then wavelet based restoration is performed to remove the blur and noise from the images, finally the images are interpolated using adaptive interpolation. We are proposing an efficient wavelet based denoising with adaptive interpolation for super resolution reconstruction. Under this frame work, the low resolution images are decomposed into many levels to obtain different frequency bands. Then our proposed novel soft thresholding technique is used to remove the noisy coefficients, by fixing optimum threshold value. In order to obtain an image of higher resolution we have proposed an adaptive interpolation technique. Our proposed wavelet based denoising with adaptive interpolation for super resolution reconstruction preserves the edges as well as smoothens the image without introducing artifacts. Experimental results show that the proposed approach has succeeded in obtaining a high-resolution image with a high PSNR, ISNR ratio and a good visual quality.
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Mr. Liyakathunisa
S.J. College of Engineering - India
liyakath@indiatimes.com
Dr. C.N.Ravi Kuamr
S.J. College of Engineering - India