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1 SEDI - Service d-Electronique, des Détecteurs et d-Informatique 2 ETIS - Equipes Traitement de l-Information et Systèmes 3 Polymath Research Inc. Plesanton 4 Equipe Image - Laboratoire GREYC - UMR6072 GREYC - Groupe de Recherche en Informatique, Image, Automatique et Instrumentation de Caen

Abstract : Morphological Component Analysis MCA is a new method which takes advantage of the sparse representation of structured data in large overcomplete dictionaries to separate features in the data based on the diversity of their morphology. It is an efficient technique in such problems as separating an image into texture and piecewise smooth parts or for inpainting applications. The MCA algorithm consists of an iterative alternating projection and thresholding scheme, using a successively decreasing threshold towards zero with each iteration. In this paper, the MCA algorithm is extended to the analysis of spherical data maps as may occur in a number of areas such as geophysics, astrophysics or medical imaging. Practically, this extension is made possible thanks to the variety of recently developed transforms on the sphere including several multiscale transforms such as the undecimated isotropic wavelet transform on the sphere, the ridgelet and curvelet transforms on the sphere. An MCA-inpainting method is then directly extended to the case of spherical maps allowing us to treat problems where parts of the data are missing or corrupted. We demonstrate the usefulness of these new tools of spherical data analysis by focusing on a selection of challenging applications in physics and astrophysics.





Autor: P. Abrial - Y. Moudden - Jean-Luc Starck - B. Afeyan - J. Bobin - Maï K. Nguyen - Jalal M. Fadili -

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