Novel Consistency Check for Fast Recursive Reconstruction Of Non-Regularly Sampled Video Data

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We propose faster consistency checking methods as well as a novel recursive FSR that uses the projected pixels different than in literature and can handle dynamic masks.
Altogether, we are able to significantly increase the reconstruction quality by +1.01 dB compared to the state-of-the-art recursive reconstruction method using a fixed mask. Compared to a single frame reconstruction, an average gain of about +1.52 dB is achieved for dynamic masks. At the same time, the computational complexity of the consistency checks is reduced by a factor of 13 compared to the literature algorithm.

Further information about the novel consistency checks is provided in the following presentation.


This contribution was presented at ICIP 2021 (19-22 September 2021).

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