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Statistical fusion and sampling of scientific images

TitleStatistical fusion and sampling of scientific images
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsMohebi, A., and P. Fieguth
Conference Name15th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing
Keywordsartificial samples, complex random structures, heterogeneous materials possessing, image fusion, image reconstruction, image resolution, image sampling, low resolution measurements, porous media, Posterior sampling, scientific image sampling, statistical analysis, statistical fusion approach, two-scale porous media reconstruction, two-scale reconstruction
Abstract

Porous media are an important class of heterogeneous materials possessing complex random structures. Due to the limitation in measuring high resolution real samples, studying different physical properties of porous media requires the reconstruction of artificial samples. In many cases of significant interest, we have a two-scale reconstruction, in which only the large scales are resolved by low resolution measurements, leaving fine scales to be inferred from statistical models. In this paper we propose a statistical fusion approach for a two-scale porous media reconstruction, in which low resolution measurements are fused with high resolution samples, with synthetic realizations generated by posterior sampling.

DOI10.1109/ICIP.2008.4712004