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burger01regularization

M. Burger, O. Scherzer. Regularization methods for blind deconvolution and blind source separation problems. 2001.

Abstract

This paper is devoted to blind deconvolution and blind separation problems. Blind deconvolution is the identification of a point spread function and an input signal from an observation of their convolution. Blind source separation is the recovery of a vector of input signals from a vector of observed signals, which are mixed by a linear (unknown) operator. We show that both problems are paradigms of nonlinear ill-posed problems. Consequently, regularization techniques have to be used for stable numerical reconstructions. In this paper we develop a rigorous convergence analysis for regularization techniques for the solution of blind deconvolution and blind separation problems. We prove convergence of the alternating minimization algorithm for the numerical solution of regularized blind deconvolution problems and present some numerical examples. Moreover, we show that many neural network approaches for blind inversion can be considered in the framework of regularization theory

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M. Burger
O. Scherzer

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@Misc{burger01regularization,
   Author = {Burger, M. and Scherzer, O.},
   Title = {Regularization methods for blind deconvolution and blind source separation problems},
   Year = {2001}
}

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