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    Motion vector recovery for error concealment based on angular similarity 

    Siriwhaddhanah Pongpadpinit (2009-07)

    This paper presents a motion vector (MV) recovery using the similarity of the angle of the corresponding surrounded MVs. The approach is based on the assumption that a group of macroblocks (MBs) which belongs to the same object and resides in the same region likely to move in the same direction. hence, those corresponded MVs that move in the same direction likely to have similar angle. As a result a lost motion vector can be estimated using a set of candidate MVs selected from the neighbouring MVs on the left, top-left, top, top-right, right, ...
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    Multiframe resolution-enhancement using a robust iterative SRR based on leclerc stochastic technique 

    Vorapoj Patanavijit (2009-10)

    This paper proposes a multiframe resolution-enhancement using a robust iterative SRR (Super-Resolution Reconstruction) for applying on images that is corrupted by several nose models. Typically, the success of SRR algorithms is highly dependent on the model accuracy regarding the imaging process. The real noise models corrupting the measure sequence are unknown hence SRR algorithms using L1 or L2 norm may degrade the image sequence rather than enhance it. The proposed enhancement algorithm is based on the stochastic regularization SRR technique ...
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    Video enhancement using a robust iterative SRR based on a German&McClure stochastic estimation with a general observation model 

    Vorapoj Patanavijit (2010-05)

    This paper proposes the novel robust SRR algorithm that can be effectively applied on the sequence that are corrupted by various noise models and can be applied on the real or standard sequence. First, the proposed SRR algorithm is based on the German&McClure norm that used for measuring the difference between the projected estimate of the high quality image and each low high quality image and for removing outliers in the data. Second, in order to cope with real video sequences and complex motion sequences, the proposed SRR is based on a general ...