High Resolution Image Reconstruction from Digital Video with Global and Non-global Scene Motion
Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing
This paper describes a technique for reconstructing a high resolution image from a sequence of low resolution frames. The input frames must contain some scene motion relative to the focal plane array so that some unique samples are provided with each frame. We consider global scene motion and a special case of non-global scene motion. The global motion algorithm is tested using actual flight data collected from an infrared imager mounted on an aircraft.
Image reconstruction, image resolution, image sampling, image sequences, infrared imaging, motion estimation, video signal processing
Hardie, Russell C.; Tuinstra, Timothy R.; Bognar, J.; Barnard, K. J.; and Armstrong, E., "High Resolution Image Reconstruction from Digital Video with Global and Non-global Scene Motion" (1997). Engineering and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 59.