Joint Prior Learning for Visual Sensor Network Noisy Image Super-Resolution
AbstractThe visual sensor network (VSN), a new type of wireless sensor network composed of low-cost wireless camera nodes, is being applied for numerous complex visual analyses in wild environments, such as visual surveillance, object recognition, etc. However, the captured images/videos are often low resolution with noise. Such visual data cannot be directly delivered to the advanced visual analysis. In this paper, we propose a joint-prior image super-resolution (JPISR) method using expectation maximization (EM) algorithm to improve VSN image quality. Unlike conventional methods that only focus on upscaling images, JPISR alternatively solves upscaling mapping and denoising in the E-step and M-step. To meet the requirement of the M-step, we introduce a novel non-local group-sparsity image filtering method to learn the explicit prior and induce the geometric duality between images to learn the implicit prior. The EM algorithm inherently combines the explicit prior and implicit prior by joint learning. Moreover, JPISR does not rely on large external datasets for training, which is much more practical in a VSN. Extensive experiments show that JPISR outperforms five state-of-the-art methods in terms of both PSNR, SSIM and visual perception. View Full-Text
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Yue, B.; Wang, S.; Liang, X.; Jiao, L.; Xu, C. Joint Prior Learning for Visual Sensor Network Noisy Image Super-Resolution. Sensors 2016, 16, 288.
Yue B, Wang S, Liang X, Jiao L, Xu C. Joint Prior Learning for Visual Sensor Network Noisy Image Super-Resolution. Sensors. 2016; 16(3):288.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yue, Bo; Wang, Shuang; Liang, Xuefeng; Jiao, Licheng; Xu, Caijin. 2016. "Joint Prior Learning for Visual Sensor Network Noisy Image Super-Resolution." Sensors 16, no. 3: 288.
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