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[International Conference] Learning a Deep Convolutional Network for Light-Field Image Super-Resolution
IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision Workshops (ICCV Workshops -CPCV) , December 2015
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Commercial Light-Field cameras provide spatial and angular information, but its limited resolution becomes an important
problem in practical use. In this paper, we present a novel method for Light-Field image super-resolution (SR) via a deep convolutional neural network. Rather than the conventional optimization framework, we adopt a datadriven learning method to simultaneously up-sample the angular resolution as well as the spatial resolution of a Light-Field image. We first augment the spatial resolution of
each sub-aperture image to enhance details by a spatial SR network. Then, novel views between the sub-aperture images
are generated by an angular super-resolution network.These networks are trained independently but finally finetuned
via end-to-end training. The proposed method shows the state-of-the-art performance on HCI synthetic dataset,
and is further evaluated by challenging real-world applications including refocusing and depth map estimation.


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