Extensions of the Justen–Ramlau blind deconvolution method

Tristan A. Hearn, Lothar Reichel
2013 Advances in Computational Mathematics  
Blind deconvolution problems arise in many image restoration applications. Most available blind deconvolution methods are iterative. Recently, Justen and Ramlau proposed a novel non-iterative blind deconvolution method. The method was derived under the assumption of periodic boundary conditions. These boundary conditions may introduce oscillatory artifacts into the computed restoration. We describe extensions of the Justen-Ramlau method that allow the use of Neumann and antireflective boundary conditions.
doi:10.1007/s10444-012-9290-z fatcat:eqe4olaborhzvedsqmizsvbm7a