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Therefore the blur component should tend to dominate in the summation. It may be possible to remove this average image component, subtracting the average of a collection of representative unblurred images. 47), the Power Cepstrum may be used, which involves taking the ft of the log power spectra of the signals. Combined with the block-based method just described, the result is that a large spike will occur in the Cepstral domain wherever there was a periodic pattern of zeros in the original Fourier domain; the distance of this spike from the origin represents the spacing between the zeros and hence may be used to identify the parameters of the blurs.
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