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Deconvolution

Functions described in this section perform image deconvolution. They can be used for restoring the degraded image, in particular image that was obtained by applying the convolution operation with known kernel. The Intel IPP functions implement two methods: the Fourier deconvolution (noniterative method) [see for example, [Puetter05]], and the Richardson-Lucy method (iterative method) [Ric72]. Border pixels of a source image are restored before deconvolution.

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