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# NI-MVI-sp-2020-chomamat # Upscaling of weather radar video resolution
The repository for NI-MVI semestral work on video resolution upscaling. The repository for NI-MVI semestral work on video resolution upscaling.
## Assignment ### Assignment
Vezměte krátké 5-10 sekundové video a vytvořte generátor, který bude generovat Vezměte krátké 5-10 sekundové video a vytvořte generátor, který bude generovat
video s vyšším rozlišením. Používejte obě architektury: GAN a U-Net. video s vyšším rozlišením. Používejte obě architektury: GAN a U-Net.
Porovnejte výsledky. Porovnejte výsledky.
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## Milestone
The objective of this work is to 4x upscale the resolution of `data/target.mp4` video. The video contains 24 hours of weather radar precipitation data with a resolution of 480x270 pixels. Weather radar data is generally noisy, which poses a secondary challenge of denoising the data during SR.
![Target Video](data/target.mp4)
### Planned approach to the semestral work
The upscaling of video resolution can be decomposed into upscaling of individual frames. Thus, I will focus on image super-resolution (SR) ML models and use the best performing one to generate target video.
I plan to build and train the following models:
* U-net, initially motivated by my bachelor's thesis [1]. From my experience, this architecture is able to pick the low hanging fruits in various computer vision tasks. The U-net described in [2] won second place at NTIRE2019 challenge [4], which supports this claim. I plan to utilize the findings from [2] for the training of the U-net.
* SRGAN [5], which is the first utilization of the GAN framework for the SR task.
I will use the DIV2K dataset [6] for training. For validation, I will use the Set14 benchmark [7], and weather radar validation set created for this work. I will use both qualitative evaluation and quantitative evaluation with PSNR and SSIM metrics.
![weather radar image](data/examples/radar.png "1920x1080 weather radar image")
I am posing the following questions:
* Can SR model trained on camera images generate weather radar images?
* Does evaluation on Set14 benchmark correlate with the weather radar validation set?
* Can training or finetuning on weather radar data improve the performance?
>All of the weather radar data was provided by the Czech company [Meteopress](
### Literature
* [[1]]( Choma, Matej. *Interpolation and Extrapolation of Subsequent Weather Radar Images.*
* [[2]]( Feng, Ruicheng, et al. *Suppressing model overfitting for image super-resolution networks.*
* [[3]]( Lugmayr, Andreas, Martin Danelljan, and Radu Timofte. *Ntire 2020 challenge on real-world image super-resolution: Methods and results.*
* [[4]]( Cai, Jianrui, et al. *Ntire 2019 challenge on real image super-resolution: Methods and results.*
* [[5]]( Ledig, Christian, et al. *Photo-realistic single image super-resolution using a generative adversarial network.*
* [[6]]( Agustsson, Eirikur and Timofte, Radu. *NTIRE 2017 Challenge on Single Image Super-Resolution: Dataset and Study.*
* [[7]]( Zeyde, Roman, Michael Elad, and Matan Protter. *On single image scale-up using sparse-representations.*
import math
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import numpy as np
def _squeeze(x):
_x = np.squeeze(x)
while _x.ndim < 3:
_x = _x[None, ...]
return _x
def grid(X, cols=None, size=(15, 10), title=None, vmax=None,
x = _squeeze(np.array(X))
rows = math.ceil(len(x) / cols)
fig, axes = plt.subplots(nrows=rows, ncols=cols,
figsize=(cols*size[0], rows*size[1]),
sharex=True, sharey=True)
ax = axes.ravel()
for i in range(rows):
for j in range(cols):
if i*cols + j < len(x):
ax[i*cols + j].imshow(x[i*cols+j], cmap=cmap, vmax=vmax)
if title is not None:
fig.suptitle(title, fontsize=30)
fig.tight_layout(rect=[0, 0.03, 1, 0.93])
def show(x, size=(15, 10), title=None, vmax=None,, **kwargs):
if title is not None:
if (x.ndim == 2):
return plt.imshow(x, cmap=cmap, vmax=vmax, **kwargs)
return plt.imshow(x, **kwargs)
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