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Realistic Single Image Recovering in Adverse Weather

2019

Outdoor scenes are often affected by fog, haze, rain, and smog. Poor visibility in the atmosphere is due to suspended particles. This challenge is meant to consolidate research efforts about single image recovering in adverse weather, especially hazy and rainy days. The challenge consists of two tracks: Hazy Image Recovering (HIR) and Rainy Image Recovering (RIR). In both tracks the researchers are required to recover sharp images from give degraded (hazy and rainy) inputs.

Technical Committee: Image, Video, and Multidimensional Signal Processing

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