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DCT-based denoising in multichannel imaging with reference. / Lukin, V.; Abramov, S.; Abramova, V.; Astola, J.; Egiazarian, K.

In: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vol. 75, No. 13, 2016, p. 1167-1191.

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Lukin, V, Abramov, S, Abramova, V, Astola, J & Egiazarian, K 2016, 'DCT-based denoising in multichannel imaging with reference', Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, vol. 75, no. 13, pp. 1167-1191.

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Lukin, V., Abramov, S., Abramova, V., Astola, J., & Egiazarian, K. (2016). DCT-based denoising in multichannel imaging with reference. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, 75(13), 1167-1191.

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Lukin V, Abramov S, Abramova V, Astola J, Egiazarian K. DCT-based denoising in multichannel imaging with reference. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2016;75(13):1167-1191.

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Lukin, V. ; Abramov, S. ; Abramova, V. ; Astola, J. ; Egiazarian, K. / DCT-based denoising in multichannel imaging with reference. In: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2016 ; Vol. 75, No. 13. pp. 1167-1191.

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