3 years ago

Regularization by architecture: A deep prior approach for inverse problems. (arXiv:1812.03889v2 [cs.LG] UPDATED)

Sören Dittmer, Tobias Kluth, Peter Maass, Daniel Otero Baguer
The present paper studies so-called deep image prior (DIP) techniques in the context of ill-posed inverse problems. DIP networks have been recently introduced for applications in image processing; also first experimental results for applying DIP to inverse problems have been reported. This paper aims at discussing different interpretations of DIP and to obtain analytic results for specific network designs and linear operators. The main contribution is to introduce the idea of viewing these approaches as the optimization of Tikhonov functionals rather than optimizing networks. Besides theoretical results, we present numerical verifications.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1812.03889

DOI: arXiv:1812.03889v2

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