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Samuel Cheng (view profile)
21 Feb 2011
10 May 2012)
A simple superresolution demo based on POCS.
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This is a superresolution based on projection onto convex sets (POCS).
You can also compare the result with bilinear projection (using only
one of the frames).
To start, run sr_gui in Matlab. Please see readme or watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vpsn2BJ1bE&list=UUjWtYxj0skisJ3ra45An3Lg&index=58&feature=plpp_video
I have the same problem than Stephen: I load the images, The rotate, then register them.
When I want to Zoom or execute the SR, the same error appear about the 'start_pos' parameter. Maybe because Matlab 2014 don't work with a old GUI version?
can u provide related journal to this
Hi, Samuel ,I don't know what happened with your code in Matlab. When I typed 'sui_gui', nothing happened and too many errors. Do you have email. I want to ask you some question. Thank you.
I forgot to put it in the readme. Actually, you are supposed to load the image first. Watching this should help http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vpsn2BJ1bE
Using R2010a, it doesn't work for me. Clicking most of the buttons (such as the 1x, 2x ...) result in error messages, such as:
??? Reference to non-existent field 'start_pos'.
??? Reference to non-existent field 'images'.
To be more concrete, I can generate the latter error message by:
(1) running "sr_gui"
(2) clicking the "register images" button
I'm not sure if this is because another button needs to be clicked first; if that is the case, then maybe a useful warning message can be generated.
Fix a bug that happened when the dataset contains grey scale images.