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DSP Assignment, Deconvolution: 1. Abstract Convolution is a formal mathematical operation relating the input signal, output signal to/from a system and the impulse response of the system. 2. Introduction Convolution is a formal mathematical operation relating the input signal, output signal to/from a system and the impulse response of the system. Convolution is the operation where a single specimen of a sound is multiplied by every specimen of another sound. It is dissimilar

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Mainly, a new deconvolution method, “sparse prior” provides more accurate deconvolution results and improves depth discrimination; so, both image information and depth information can be recovered from the modified photograph taken by the camera using coded aperture. In my paper, two optimizations for the deconvolution will be provided by using regular iterative least square method (RILS) and iterative reweighted least square method (IRLS). By using the optimization deconvolution algorithms, we

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the bandpass I removed a spike in the signal at 60 Hz with a Notch filter ranging from 55 to 58 Hz and 62 to 65 Hz. My next step in processing was deconvolution. I applied a 120 ms Predictive Deconvolution but my resulting data was poor. Due to this I decided to continue processing without applying deconvolution. Figure 3: 120 ms Predictive deconvolution got rid of valuable data. Now, having a cleaner data my next step was to begin the Velocity Analysis process. I picked my velocities based on what

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Focal Spot, Condition : Unknown Real Im- age When the real sharp image is not known, we are faced with the problem of finding the focal spot shape i.e. PSF from only the output blurred image. This leads to the concept of blind deconvolution. Since, the process of blind deconvolution has been a heavy mathematical problem with various uncertainties, we try to approximate the ideal real image with the information obtained from blurred image or images. If we are trying to approximate the real image from a

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The network settings are described in Table I, and represented as 64(9)-32(1)-32(5) - 32(3)-64(1)-1[9]-s. We used a strided convolution and deconvolution technique with stride s > 1 for network speed up. In our experiment we consider Y luminance color components only and the compressed luminance frames become input to MDCNN network. There is no max pooling or full-connected (FC) layers in our network

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in Unet traverses through several convolution layers followed by a pooling layer to get a low resolution picture. This low resolution picture is then passed to the top by the deconvolution layers thereby resulting in a u-shaped architecture. As the low resolution picture from the bottom layers traverse the upper deconvolution layers, it is concatenated with the images from the corresponding max-pooling layers. Such concatenation of original images when de-convoluted with the lowresolution images result

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Image blurring and restoration Abdishakur Abdinasir Hersi Faculty of electrical communication and electronics systems Modern science and Arts University Six of October city, Egypt Abdi_shakur23@hotmail.com Abdallah Nasser Faculty of electrical communication and electronics systems Modern science and Arts University Six of October city, Egypt nasserw1995@gmail.com Mariam Monier Faculty of electrical communication and electronics systems Modern science and Arts University Six of October city, Egypt

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Electrochemical behavior and convoluted voltammetry of carbon nanotube modified with AQ and NB functional groups Mohamed A.Ghanem,a*Ibrahim S. Elhallag,bAbdullah M. Al-Mayoufa aElectrochemistry Research Group, Chemistry Department, College of Science, King Saud University, Riyadh 11451, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia bChemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt *corresponding author email: mghanem@ksu.edu.sa Abstract. The validity of convolution voltammetry for determination

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Multiple Thresholds for Different Components of the Brain in Ischemic Stroke Perfusion Imaging Introduction Stroke Stroke is a disease of national and global significance in prevalence, impact and cost [1-4].?Stroke is the third leading cause of death and leading cause adult disability in Australia [3]. Furthermore, the number of stroke sufferers is expected to increase in the future as the Australian population ages[5]. Stroke can be categorized into ischemic and hemorrhagic subtypes as each has

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PRAVEEN GUPTA (14116051) ECE DEPARTMENT, IIT ROORKEE Praveenfun2@gmail.com ABSTRACT Through wall imaging has very wide applications in police, fire & rescue, military departments. Its main motive is to fetch detailed information in places where it is not possible see directly. This is achieved with the help of technologies using radio waves and other sensing modes to penetrate wall materials. For this there are many challenges that must be tackled to make through wall imaging sensors operationally

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