Deep Mean-shift prior is an approach for image restoration developed based on the estimate of the natural image probability distribution smoothed by a Gaussian kernel.
Deep Mean-shift prior allows users to solve noise-blind restoration problems. It builds on denoising
autoencoders (DAEs). It provides image restoration techniques based on gradient-descent risk minimization with competitive results for noise-blind image deblurring, super-resolution and demosaicing
Deep Mean-Shift Priors for Image Restoration
Siavash Arjomand Bigdeli, Meiguang Jin, Paolo Favaro and Matthias Zwicker
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Deep Mean-Shift Priors for Image Restoration (NIPS 2017 Spotlight)
24 November 2017