Abstract

The Fusion of Interpolated Frames Super-Resolution (FIF SR) method has successfully been used restore turbulent aliased imagery with the aid of only a global affine registration routine. This paper examines an extension of this method that employs both a global affine registration and a local block-matching optical flow registration to better address local warping in turbulent imagery. Results are presented from simulated datasets that have varying levels of optical turbulence.

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