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Image Super Resolution Based on Convolutional Neural Nework



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超解析 ; 卷積神經網路 ; 深度學習 ; Super resolution ; Convolutional neural network ; Deep learning



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Chinese Abstract

影像超解析在影像處理領域是一個流行的研究主題,影像超解析是從單張或多張低解析度的影像增加像素數量得到高解析度影像的一個過程。而近年來深度學習受到許多領域的高度關注,所有相關領域中都有出色的效果,其中卷積神經網路被廣泛的應用在電腦視覺和影像辨識上。 本研究中,將以深度學習中的卷積神經網路以及全卷積網路的方式來做影像超解析,探討出架構上對於整體解析度的影響,透過反卷積方法理解卷積神經網路及全卷積網路過程,進而做出有效的調整改善其影像解析度,與傳統內插法做比較。

English Abstract

Image super-resolution has been a popular research topic in the field of image processing. It is a process of getting a high-resolution image from one or multiple low-resolution images to increase the number of pixels. Deep learning has been highly concerned by many fields in recent years, and all related fields have excellent results. Convolutional neural networks are widely used in computer vision and image recognition. In this thesis, adopt deep learning of convolutional neural network and full convolution network to do super-resolution, to explore the structure for the impact of resolution. Through the deconvolution method to understand the process of convolutional neural network and full convolution network, and then make effective adjustments to improve its image resolution, compared with the traditional interpolation method.

Topic Category 基礎與應用科學 > 資訊科學
電機資訊學院 > 資訊工程學系
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