An analysis of the BLASSO method for the multi-dimensional super-resolution problemMS42

This talk is concerned with the super-resolution problem for positive spikes in arbitrary dimensions. More precisely, I will discuss the issue of support recovery for the so-called BLASSO method. While super-resolution is of paramount importance in overcoming the limitations of many imaging devices, its theoretical analysis is still lacking beyond the 1-dimensional case. The reason is that in the 2-dimensional case and beyond, the relative positions of the spikes enter the picture, and one needs to account for these different geometrical con figurations. After presenting an algorithmic description of the limit of the associated dual problems as the spikes cluster around a given point, I will present a detailed analysis of the support stability and super-resolution effect in the case of a pair of spikes.

This presentation is part of Minisymposium “MS42 - Low dimensional structures in imaging science (3 parts)
organized by: Wenjing Liao (Georgia Institute of Technology) , Haizhao Yang (Duke University) , Zhizhen Zhao (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) .

Clarice Poon (University of Cambridge)
Gabriel Peyré (ENS Paris)
inverse problems, sparse spikes deconvolution, super-resolution