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Academic Press Inc
30 September 2016
Computer vision
Example-Based Super Resolution provides a thorough introduction and overview of example-based super resolution, covering the most successful algorithmic approaches and theories behind them with implementation insights. It also describes current challenges and explores future trends.

Readers of this book will be able to understand the latest natural image patch statistical models and the performance limits of example-based super resolution algorithms, select the best state-of-the-art algorithmic alternative and tune it for specific use cases, and quickly put into practice implementations of the latest and most successful example-based super-resolution methods.
By:   Jordi Salvador (Senior Scientist Technicolor R&I Hannover Germany)
Imprint:   Academic Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm,  Spine: 10mm
Weight:   190g
ISBN:   9780128097038
ISBN 10:   0128097035
Pages:   162
Publication Date:   30 September 2016
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Chapter 1: Classic Multiframe Super Resolution Chapter 2: A Taxonomy of Example-Based Super Resolution Chapter 3: High-Frequency Transfer Chapter 4: Neighbor Embedding Chapter 5: Sparse Coding Chapter 6: Anchored Regression Chapter 7: Trees and Forests Chapter 8: Deep Learning Chapter 9: Conclusions

Jordi Salvador holds a senior scientist position at Technicolor R&I in Hannover and is member of Technicolor's Fellowship Network. His main focus is the research of new algorithms for example-based super resolution and machine learning. Formerly, he received a M.Sc. in Telecommunications (equivalent to Electrical) Engineering in 2006 and a M.Sc. in the European MERIT program in 2008, both from the Universitat Polit`ecnica de Catalunya (UPC) in Barcelona. He obtained the Ph.D. degree in 2011, also from UPC, where he contributed to projects of the Spanish Science and Technology System (VISION,PROVEC) and also to a European FP6 project (CHIL) as research assistant on multiview reconstruction. His research interests include 3D reconstruction, real-time and parallel algorithms, new computer-human interfaces, image and video restoration, super resolution, inverse problems and machine learning.

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