is rooted mainly in work done by Norbert Wiener of MIT.
is the inverse transformation that restores the signal in the space domain.
The proposed HVS-based algorithm focuses on the three sub-models :maximum likelihood estimation method,blind deconvolution
and dehazing using linear transformation.
While the detection plane no longer needs to be refocused, these methods require subsequent computationally expensive deconvolution
Magnetic source parameters of two-dimensional structures using extended Euler deconvolution
The new method to quantify GlycA in physiological units, in this case via automated spectral deconvolution
applying in-house software, illustrates how quantitative NMR-based metabolic measures can be treated as any other quantitative biomarker (2).
Keywords: Emerging organic contaminants; Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDC); Environmental monitoring; Non target screening analysis; Deconvolution
reporting software; River indus contamination.
was applied to spectral region of 92-80 ppm by the method of least squares curve-fitting with use of a WinSpec/32 software ver.
In the spatially invariant case, the blurring operation,[MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], is a convolution operation, and thus the in corresponding inverse problem of computing an approximation of x from b and a, is called deconvolution
Among their topicsare the light microscope, image capture, the confocal microscope,aberrations and their consequences, deconvolution
and imageprocessing, stereoscopy and reconstruction for three-dimensionalimaging, fluorescent staining, evanescent wave microscopy, and beyondthe diffraction limit.
In this paper we propose to solve this problem by applying a deconvolution
process, which removes the Point Spread Function (PSF) response from the SAR image.
The numerical deconvolution
of obtained MWDs also indicated the existence of multiple active sites in Nd[Cl.