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An Explicit Solution of EM Algorithm in Image Deblurring: Image Restoration without EM iterations
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 Title & Authors
An Explicit Solution of EM Algorithm in Image Deblurring: Image Restoration without EM iterations
Kim, Seung-Gu;
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 Abstract
In this article, an explicit solution of the EM algorithm for the image deburring is presented. To obtain the restore image from the strictly iterative EM algorithm is quite time-consumed and impractical in particular when the underlying observed image is not small and the number of iterations required to converge is large. The explicit solution provides a quite reasonable restore image although it exploits the approximation in the outside of the valid area of image, and also allows to obtain the effective EM solutions without iteration process in real-time in practice by using the discrete finite Fourier transformation.
 Keywords
EM algorithm;explicit solution;finite Fourier transformation;image deblurring;
 Language
Korean
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