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In many real-life situations, we need to reconstruct a blurred image in situations when no information about the blurring is available. This problem is known as the problem of blind deconvolution. There exist techniques for solving this problem, but these techniques are not rotation-invariant. Thus, the result of using this technique may change with rotation. So, if we rotate the image a little bit, the method, in general, leads to a different deconvolution result. Therefore, even when thedoi:10.1109/smc.2016.7844614 dblp:conf/smc/CervantesUK16 fatcat:22hrivaxmjamhgrczm3im23odm