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The blur is generally assumed to be varying smoothly or piecewise-smoothly, and the variation to be slow in the spatial domain. The standard EM procedure has been extended to use sectioned methods where the image is divided into blocks [104, 105]. A hierarchical sliding window approach with the local Fourier transform is employed in [106]. In [107], SV PSF identification for a known image is considered using an MRF model for the parameterization of the SV blur. Some of the spatially invariant methods described in previous sections are also extended to the SV blur case, for example, a parameterized piecewisesmooth degradation model is used to extend the anisotropic regularizationbased restoration method in [45].

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