Abstract

We propose a maximum a posteriori blind deconvolution approach using a Huber–Markov random-field model. Compared with the conventional maximum-likelihood method, our algorithm not only suppresses noise effectively but also significantly alleviates the artifacts produced by the deconvolution process. The performance of this method is demonstrated by computer simulations.

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