On Some Perturbations of the Total Variation Image Inpainting Method. Part III: Minimization Among Sets with Finite Perimeter
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We propose a model for the restoration of images consisting only of completely black or completely white regions with the use of Caccioppoli sets.
KeywordsRadon Radon Measure Volume Constraint White Region Bound Lipschitz Domain
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