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Analysis of Blur Removal Using Blind Deconvolution and Non Blind Deconvolution

J. Jelin, G. Bharatha Sreeja


The goal of deblurring an image is to restore the high quality of the degraded images. It can be applied in many applications such as medical imaging, astronomy and etc. In this paper, method of reconstructed image by the process of blurring has been presented. This is a simple method of deblurring process. Finally compare both the blind deconvolution and non blind deconvolution technique and calculate the performance analysis of Peak Signal to Noise Ratio, Mean Square Error and elapsed time.

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