blind image

blind image

[¦blīnd ′im·ij]
(graphic arts)
A lithographic image that can no longer receive ink.
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Cristobal, "Blind image quality assessment through anisotropy", J.
This paper concludes the work done during the 2 years of master studies at the faculty of Automatics and Computers from the "Politehnica" University of Bucharest by the author of [36] and provides a new method for reconstructing the alteration kernel from a corrupted image during the phase of blind image deblurring, thus continuing the work presented in [38].
proposed a blind image blur evaluation (BIBLE) algorithm that the utilization of discrete Tchebichef moments for measuring the variation of image shape caused by image blur distortion.
Qiang, "A blind image detection method for information hiding with double random-phase encoding," Optics & Laser Technology, vol.
In general, blind image restoration is an ill-posed inverse problem which recovers the latent image from the blurred observation without any knowledge about the blurring process [9].
Li, "Blind image quality assessment via deep learning," IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, vol.
Khoo, "Robust blind image watermarking scheme based on redundant discrete wavelet transform and singular value decomposition," AEU--International Journal of Electronics and Communications, vol.
A number of blind image deconvolution methods have been proposed to remove motion blur.
Liu, "Blind image extraction by using local smooth information," in Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Natural Computation, vol.
This paper proposes a blind image restoration method by multiframe iteration with improved adaptive optical images based on expectation maximization algorithm.
"Blind image data hiding based on self reference," in Pattern Recognition Letters, 2004.