superresolution

superresolution

[¦sü·pər‚rez·ə′lü·shən]
(oceanography)
Separation of tides into components of different frequencies, without taking measurements for the full extent of the longest-period component.
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Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of the stand alone superresolution microscope
Shum, "Fundamental limits of reconstruction-based superresolution algorithms under local translation," IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence, vol.
The least-mean-square algorithm is applied to the superresolution reconstruction and the least mean square algorithm is designed to reduce the effect of isolated points in the image sequence on the reconstruction.
Fluke's Model TiX1000 Infrared Camera has a basic 1,024- x 768-pixel resolution with a SuperResolution mode that boosts this by a factor of four to 2,048 x 1,536.
Apparent Superresolution in Near-field Optical Imaging of Periodic Gratings", Optics letters, 23(17): 1346-1347.
Called superresolution restoration, it has provided enhanced imaged that are up to five times clearer than before.
The second half discusses superresolution approaches for microelectronics, including novel numerical approaches for enhancing low-resolution images that can be applied for failure analysis of microelectronic chips.
The research work devoted to enhancement of depth images, including superresolution of depth images and denoising depth images, can be roughly divided into three categories: filtering methods, probabilistic methods, and sparse representation methods.
In order to avoid the long scanning times, superresolution (SR) acquisition emerged as an effective technology, initially proposed for MRI, but soon adapted to DWI.
The task of single image superresolution (SISR) is concerned with generating a high-resolution (HR) image from an input image of low resolution (LR).
Another special feature is UltraMax--a superresolution facility that quadruples the pixel count to 3.