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The ever-increasing spectral resolution of hyperspectral images (HSIs) is often obtained at the cost of a decrease in the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of the measurements. The decreased SNR reduces the reliability of measured features or information extracted from HSIs, thus calling for effective denoising techniques. This work aims to estimate clean HSIs from observations corrupted by mixed noise (containing Gaussian noise, impulse noise, and dead-lines/stripes) by exploiting two maindoi:10.3390/rs13204098 fatcat:42vmcbvvqrfipnvuxdscuuuzly