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Learn & Share: Image Restoration and Deconvolution

Modern approaches of image restoration help researchers to extract the “real thing” from recorded images as much as possible. Image restoration does not mean the repairing of something that has been damaged – it rather denotes smart applications for image enhancements by using a priori information that is known from the recording system. From simple de-blurring via optical deconvolution to smart and sophisticated pre-image extraction, there are many options that allow researchers to see more than just the raw image. This topic is concerned with these type of approaches which can provide more in-depth information for better answers to scientific questions.

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