FRESH-FRI-based single-image super-resolution algorithm. In this paper, we consider the problem of single image super-resolution and propose a novel algorithm that outperforms state-of-the-art methods without the need of learning patches pairs from external data sets. We achieve this by modeling images and, more precisely, lines of images as piecewise smooth functions and propose a resolution enhancement method for this type of functions. The method makes use of the theory of sampling signals with finite rate of innovation (FRI) and combines it with traditional linear reconstruction methods. We combine the two reconstructions by leveraging from the multi-resolution analysis in wavelet theory and show how an FRI reconstruction and a linear reconstruction can be fused using filter banks. We then apply this method along vertical, horizontal, and diagonal directions in an image to obtain a single-image super-resolution algorithm. We also propose a further improvement of the method based on learning from the errors of our super-resolution result at lower resolution levels. Simulation results show that our method outperforms state-of-the-art algorithms under different blurring kernels.
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- Plonka, Gerlind; Stampfer, Kilian; Keller, Ingeborg: Reconstruction of stationary and non-stationary signals by the generalized Prony method (2019)
- Wei, Xiaoyao; Dragotti, Pier Luigi: FRESH-FRI-based single-image super-resolution algorithm (2016)