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ECALL: Expectation-calibrated learning for unsupervised blind deconvolution

Markus HaltmeierGyeongha Hwang
Feb 2024
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Blind deconvolution aims to recover an original image from a blurred version in the case where the blurring kernel is unknown. It has wide applications in diverse fields such as astronomy, microscopy, and medical imaging. Blind deconvolution is a challenging ill-posed problem that suffers from significant non-uniqueness. Solution methods therefore require the integration of appropriate prior information. Early approaches rely on hand-crafted priors for the original image and the kernel. Recently, deep learning methods have shown excellent performance in addressing this challenge. However, most existing learning methods for blind deconvolution require a paired dataset of original and blurred images, which is often difficult to obtain. In this paper, we present a novel unsupervised learning approach named ECALL (Expectation-CALibrated Learning) that uses separate unpaired collections of original and blurred images. Key features of the proposed loss function are cycle consistency involving the kernel and associated reconstruction operator, and terms that use expectation values of data distributions to obtain information about the kernel. Numerical results are used to support ECALL.
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