@inproceedings{6596dd9b9b6f42faa63535ee10b18a32,

title = "Deblurring Gaussian blur",

abstract = "To enhance Gaussian blurred images the structure of Gaussian scale-space is studied in a small environment along the scale axis. A local Taylor-expansion in the negative scale-direction requires the calculation of high order derivatives with respect to scale. The generating differential equation for linear scale- space, the isotropic diffusion equation, relates these derivatives to spatial Laplaceans. The high order spatial derivatives are calculated by means of convolution with Gaussian derivative kernels, enabling well-posed differentiation. Deblurring incorporating even 32th order spatial derivatives is accomplished successfully. A physical limit is experimentally shown for the Gaussian derivatives due to discrete raster representation and coarseness of the intensity discretization.",

author = "{Haar Romenij, ter}, B.M. and L.M.J. Florack and Mark Swart and Janita Wilting and M.A. Viergever",

year = "1994",

doi = "10.1117/12.179245",

language = "English",

series = "Proceedings of SPIE",

publisher = "SPIE",

pages = "139--148",

editor = "F. Bookstein and J.S. Duncan and N. Lange and {Wilson D.C.}, xx",

booktitle = "Mathematical methods in medical imaging III, 25-26 July 1994, San Diego, California",

address = "United States",

note = "SPIE's International Symposium on Optics, Imaging, and Instrumentation ; Conference date: 25-07-1994 Through 26-07-1994",

}