redR (1.0.1)

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REgularization by Denoising (RED).

Regularization by Denoising uses a denoising engine to solve many image reconstruction ill-posed inverse problems. This is a R implementation of the algorithm developed by Romano (2016) . Currently, only the gradient descent optimization framework is implemented. Also, only the median filter is implemented as a denoiser engine. However, (almost) any denoiser engine can be plugged in. There are currently available 3 reconstruction tasks: denoise, deblur and super-resolution. And again, any other task can be easily plugged into the main function 'RED'.

Maintainer: Adriano Passos
Author(s): Adriano Passos [aut, cre]

License: GPL-3

Uses: imager

Released about 1 year ago.

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