The natural vectorial total variation which arises from geometric measure theory


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GOLDLÜCKE, Bastian, Evgeny STREKALOVSKIY, Daniel CREMERS, 2012. The natural vectorial total variation which arises from geometric measure theory. In: SIAM journal on imaging science. 5(2), pp. 537-563. eISSN 1936-4954. Available under: doi: 10.1137/110823766

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