Papafitsoros, Konstantinos; Schoenlieb, Carola Bibiane; Sengul, Bati(Image Processing On Line, Image Processing On Line, 2013-07-12)[Article]
In this article we discuss the implementation of the combined first and second order total variation inpainting that was introduced by Papafitsoros and Schdönlieb. We describe the algorithm we use (split Bregman) in detail, and we give some examples that indicate the difference between pure first and pure second order total variation inpainting.
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