Special Issue on Deep Learning for Image Restoration
• 大类 : 工程技术 - 3区
• 小类 : 计算机：人工智能 - 3区
• 小类 : 工程：电子与电气 - 3区
Recent years have witnessed significant advances in image restoration and related low-level vision problems due to the use of kinds of deep models. The image restoration methods based on deep models do not need statistical priors and achieve impressive performance. However, there still exist several problems. For example, 1) synthesizing realistic degraded images as the training data for neural networks is quite challenging as it is difficult to obtain image pairs in real-world applications; 2) as the deep models are usually based on black-box end-to-end trainable networks, it is difficult to analyze which parts really help the restoration problems; 3) using deep neural networks to model the image formation process is promising but still lacks efficient algorithms; 4) the accuracy and efficiency for real-world applications still see a large room for improvement.
This special issue provides a significant collective contribution to this field and focuses on soliciting original algorithms, theories and applications for image restoration and related low-level vision problems. Specifically, we aim to solicit the research papers that 1) propose theories related to deep learning for image restoration and related problems; 2) develop state-of-the-art algorithms for real-world applications; 3) present thorough literature reviews/surveys about the recent progress in this field; 4) establish real-world benchmark datasets for image restoration and related low-level vision problems.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Generative adversarial learning
Weakly supervised learning
Algorithms and applications:
Image/video deblurring, denoising, super-resolution, dehazing, deraining, etc.
Image/video filtering, editing, and analysis
Image/video enhancement and other related low-level vision problems
Low-quality image analysis and related high-level vision problems