SPL Volume 26 Issue 12

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December, 2019

SPL Volume 26 Issue 12

A significantly low cost and tractable progressive learning approach is proposed and discussed for efficient spatiotemporal monitoring of a completely unknown, two dimensional correlated signal distribution in localized wireless sensor field. The spatial distribution is compressed into a number of its contour lines and only those sensors that their sensor observations are in a margin of the contour levels are reporting to the information fusion center (FC).

Although deep convolutional neural networks (DCNN) show significant improvement for single depth map (SD) super-resolution (SR) over the traditional counterparts, most SDSR DCNNs do not reuse the hierarchical features for depth map SR resulting in blurred high-resolution (HR) depth maps. They always stack convolutional layers to make network deeper and wider.

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