Single Textual Image Super-Resolution Using Multiple Learned Dictionaries Based Sparse Coding

Abstract : In this paper, we propose a new approach based on sparse coding for single textual image Super-Resolution. The proposed approach is able to build more representative dictionaries learned from a large training Low- Resolution/High-Resolution (LR/HR) patch pair database. In fact, an intelligent clustering is employed to partition such database into several clusters from which multiple coupled LR/HR dictionaries are constructed. Based on the as- sumption that patches of the same cluster live in the same subspace, we exploit for each local LR patch its similarity to clusters in order to adaptively select the appropriate learned dictionary over that such patch can be well sparsely represented. The obtained sparse representation is hence applied to generate a local HR patch from the corresponding HR dictionary. Experiments on textual images show that the proposed approach outperforms its counterparts in visual fidelity as well as in numerical measures.
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Rim Walha, Drira Fadoua, Frank Le Bourgeois, Christophe Garcia, Mohamed Adel Alimi. Single Textual Image Super-Resolution Using Multiple Learned Dictionaries Based Sparse Coding. International Conference on Image Analysis and Processing (ICIAP 2013), Sep 2013, Naples, Italy. pp.439-448, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-41184-7_45⟩. ⟨hal-01339214⟩

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