### Table 1. Super-resolution output of the MAP-B estimator.

"... In PAGE 6: ... 3 shows a full frame extracted from a video showing text of various sizes from the Gettysburg Address. Table1 shows the results of a test in which the super-resolution process uses up to 32 input images of various-size text. Fig.... ..."

### Table 5: The results of the super-resolution image reconstruction.

"... In PAGE 17: ...(0; 0); (0; 2); (1; 1); (1; 3); (2; 0); (2; 2); (3; 1); (3; 3)g, see Figure 5. As in x4.2.2, the tensor product of the lowpass lter m in Example 2 is used to generate the low-resolution images, and white noises at SNR = 40dB are added. Table5 shows the results of the least squares model, and Algorithms 2 and 3 with symmetric boundary conditions. The optimal in Step 2 and Step 4 are 0:0121 and 0:0105 for the least squares method and 0:0170 and 0:0161 for Algorithm 2 respectively.... ..."

### Table 5: The results of the super-resolution image reconstruction.

"... In PAGE 17: ...(0; 0); (0; 2); (1; 1); (1; 3); (2; 0); (2; 2); (3; 1); (3; 3)g, see Figure 5. As in x4.2.2, the tensor product of the lowpass lter m in Example 2 is used to generate the low-resolution images, and white noises at SNR = 40dB are added. Table5 shows the results of the least squares model, and Algorithms 2 and 3 with symmetric boundary conditions. The optimal in Step 2 and Step 4 are 0:0121 and 0:0105 for the least squares method and 0:0170 and 0:0161 for Algorithm 2 respectively.... ..."

### Table 1: MSE comparison for the high resolution Vase and Jodu images and depth map obtained using bi-cubic interpolation and our super-resolution approach with an upsam- pling factor of 2 with different source positions. The (DEPTH) row in the table gives the MSE for the depth field.

"... In PAGE 8: ... For quantitative comparison, we use mean square error (MSE) as a figure of merit. Table1 shows the MSE comparison for the super-resolved image and the depth map (for both Vase and Jodu images) and the case when interpolated values of the surface gradients and albedo are used for reconstruction of the up-sampled depth and intensity map. Al- though, not much difference can be seen in the high resolution images reconstructed using the two methods, the MSE values clearly show that the high resolution images obtained using our graph cuts based approach are much better than those obtained using bi-cubic interpolation.... ..."

### Table II. Averaged PSNR value in Db measured over a test pool of digital images in case of super resolution.

### Table 1: Embedding data sets into manifolds

"... In PAGE 3: ... To evaluate the accuracy of the manifolds obtained we used several measures. Table1 compares the manifold with the best plane embedding in terms of (1) average error: the ratio of the objective function value (I) to the sum of squares of all the e ective distances, (2) av- erage expansion: the average expansion factor for pairs whose distance went up compared to the original, (3) average contraction: the average shrinking factor for pairs whose distance went down and (4) maximum dis- tortion: the product of maximum contraction (max fac- tor by which some edge length was reduced) and maxi- mum expansion (factor by which some edge length was... In PAGE 4: ... To test how well the learned manifold generalizes, we dropped at random 8% of the measured e ective dis- tances (edges) from the data sets, computed the man- ifold on the rest of the observations and made predic- tions on the 8% not used in computing the manifold. The last column in Table1 shows that the manifold prediction error is low on all the measures and is com- parable to that on the full set of values. From this we conclude that the manifold captures and generalizes wireless connectivity accurately.... ..."

### Table 1: Iteration number for each supervised deconvolution method as chosen by the proposed stopping rule. Respectively; the Van-Cittert (VC), the Landweber (LW), the Richardson-Lucy (RL), the Super Resolution (SR) and the Molina apos;s (MO) algorithms.

"... In PAGE 14: ... For the unregularized supervised deconvolution methods, the termination criteria is given by the stopping strategy presented in Section 3.4 (see Table1 ). For the blind deconvolution methods requiring... ..."

### Table 4: The numerical (dnum) estimate of the refocusing resolution for time reversal through random media and comparison with the deterministic case.

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"... In PAGE 16: ... For the three other snapshots we a use random media with the same correlation length but with different variance for the fluctuations. The characteristics of the different random media are given in Table4 . We also give in this table the maximum contrast for each medium.... In PAGE 18: ... We calculate the refocusing resolution (dnum) as before by a least squares fit of the curvature at the peak amplitude (in the cross-range direction). The results are given in Table4 , where in the last column we compute the enhancement in the refocusing resolution in the random medium by comparing it to that obtained in the deterministic case. This is the super-resolution effect caused by multipathing.... In PAGE 18: ...Table 4: The numerical (dnum) estimate of the refocusing resolution for time reversal through random media and comparison with the deterministic case. The results shown in Table4 demonstrate quantitatively the super-resolution phenomenon: in media with random heterogeneities the refocusing resolution beats the diffraction limit, which is the refocusing resolution in the homogeneous medium. We see clearly that better resolution is obtained as the standard deviation of the fluctuations in the random media increases.... ..."

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