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Image denoising has recently taken a leap forward due to machine learning. However, image denoisers, both expert-based and learning-based, are mostly tested on well-behaved generated noises (usually Gaussian) rather than on real-life noises, making performance comparisons difficult in real-world conditions. This is especially true for learning-based denoisers which performance depends on training data. Hence, choosing which method to use for a specific denoising problem is difficult. This paperarXiv:1910.08328v1 fatcat:3z6shbbb2fca5ag7brbdewnhr4