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Modern digital cameras sensors only capture a limited amplitude and frequency range of the irradiance of a scene. A recent trend is to acquire and combine multiple images to raise the quality of the final image. Multi-image techniques are used in high dynamic range processing, where multiple exposure times are used to reconstruct the full range of irradiance. With multi-image super-resolution, the difference between sampling grids caused by the motion of the camera is used to generate a highdoi:10.1137/130946903 fatcat:2uwjtkjbmjbwpchxhugemn247y