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Introduction
1.1 Overview
1.2 Justification for the research
1.3. BAYESIAN AND NON-BAYESIAN APPROACHES 5
1.3 Bayesian and Non-Bayesian Approaches
1.4 Original contributions
1.4.1 Most important contributions
1.4.2 Medium importance contributions
1.4.3 Least important contributions
1.5. ORGANISATION OF THE DISSERTATION 9
1.4.4 Contributions based largely on previous work
1.5 Organisation of the dissertation
Wavelet transforms
2.1 Summary
2.2 Introduction
2.3 The Wavelet Transform
2.3.1 Filter design and the product filter
2.3.2 Terminology
2.3.3 Single tree complex wavelets
2.3.4 Directionality and Ridgelets
2.3.5 Shift invariance and the Harmonic wavelet
2.3.6 Non-redundant, directionally selective, complex wavelets
2.3.7 Prolate spheroidal sequences
2.4 Redundant complex wavelets
2.4.1 Dual tree complex wavelet transform
2.4.2 Q-shift Dual tree complex wavelets
2.4.3 Steerable transforms
2.4.4 Multiwavelets
2.5 Noise amplification theory
2.5.1 Preliminaries
2.5.2 Theoretical results
2.5.3 Numerical results
2.5.4 Discussion
2.6 Conclusions
Previous applications
3.1 Summary
3.2 Motion Estimation
3.3 Classification
3.4 Denoising
Bottom middle: DT-CWT results. Bottom right: NDWT results
in bold come from our replication of the same experiment
3.5 Conclusions
Complex wavelet texture features
4.1 Summary
4.2 Introduction
4.3 Pyramid-based texture analysis/synthesis
4.3.1 Method
4.3.2 Results and applications
4.4 Gabor based texture synthesis
4.4.1 Filters
4.4.2 Extracted features
4.4.3 Method
4.4.4 Results
4.5 Discussion
4.6 Texture features
4.7 Algorithm
4.8 Results
4.9 Conclusions
Texture segmentation
5.1 Summary
5.2 Introduction
5.3 Original Classification Method
5.4 Training simplification
5.5. DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF METHOD 71
5.5 Detailed description of method
5.6 Experiments
5.7. DISCUSSION OF RELATIVE PERFORMANCE 77
5.7 Discussion of relative performance
5.8 Discussion of DT-CWT performance
5.9 Multiscale Segmentation
5.9.1 Texture features for multiscale segmentation
5.9.2 Multiscale classification
5.9.3 Choice of parameter values
5.9.4 Multiscale results
5.10 Conclusions
Correlation modelling
6.1 Summary
6.2 Auto-correlation Method
6.3 Auto-correlation Results
6.4 Discussion
6.5 Cross-correlation method
6.6 Cross-correlation results and discussion
6.7 Large feature set segmentation
6.8 Conclusions
Bayesian modelling in the wavelet
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Introduction to Bayesian inference
7.3 Bayesian image modelling
7.3.1 Filter model
7.3.2 Fourier model
7.3.3 Wavelet direct specification
7.3.4 Wavelet generative specification
7.4 Choice of wavelet
7.4.1 Possible Basis functions
7.4.2 Shift Invariance
7.4.3 One dimensional approximation
show location and values of measured data points
7.4.4 Two-dimensional shift dependence
7.4.5 Flexibility
7.4.6 Summary of results
7.5 Conclusions
Interpolation and Approximation
8.1 Summary
8.2 Introduction
8.3 Posterior distribution
8.4 Approximation techniques
8.4.1 Kriging
8.4.2 Radial Basis Functions
8.4.3 Bandlimited interpolation
8.4.4 Minimum smoothness norm interpolation
8.4.5 Large spatial prediction for nonstationary random fields
8.4.6 Comparison with Spline methods
8.5 Wavelet posterior distribution
8.6. METHOD FOR WAVELET APPROXIMATION/INTERPOLATION 145
8.6 Method for wavelet approximation/interpolation
8.6.1 Estimating scale energies
8.6.2 Important wavelet coefficients
8.6.3 Impulse responses
8.6.4 Solving for wavelet coefficients
8.6.5 Reconstruct image estimate
8.7 Choice of wavelet
8.7.1 Speed
8.7.2 Shift Invariance
8.7.4 Discussion of the significance of shift dependence
8.8 Extensions
8.8.1 Background
8.8.2 Proposal
8.8.3 Trading accuracy for speed
8.9 Discussion of model
8.10 Conclusions
Deconvolution
9.1 Introduction
9.1.3 Discussion
9.2 Image model
9.3 Iterative Solution
9.3.1 Variance estimation
9.3.2 Choice of search direction
9.3.3 One dimensional search
9.4 Convergence experiments and discussion
9.5 Comparison experiments
to the Mandrill image with 30dB BSNR
30dB BSNR using the PRECGDT-CWT method with WaRD initialisation
9.5.1 Discussion
9.6 Conclusions
Discussion and Conclusions
10.1 Discussion
10.2. IMPLICATIONS OF THE RESEARCH 203
10.2 Implications of the research
Future work
11.1 Segmentation
11.2 Texture synthesis
11.3 Deconvolution
11.4 Other possibilities
Balance and noise gain
A.1 Amplification of white noise by a transform
A.2 Definition of d1,...dN
A.3 Determining frame bounds
A.4 Signal energy gain
A.5 Reconstruction noise gain bound
A.6 Consequences of a tight frame
A.7 Relation between noise gain and unbalance
Useful results
B.1 Summary
B.2 Bayesian point inference
Review of deconvolution techniques
C.1 CLEAN
C.2 Maximum Entropy
C.3 Projection methods
C.4 Wiener filtering
C.5 Iterative methods
C.6 Constrained Least Squares
C.7 Total variation and Markov Random Fields
C.8 Minimax wavelet deconvolution
C.9 Mirror wavelet deconvolution
C.10 Wavelet-based smoothness priors
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