# UGCNET-Dec2015-III: 51

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Blind image disconvolution is

1. Combination of blur identification and image restoration
2. Combination of segmentation and classification
3. Combination of blur and non-blur image
4. None of the above

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In image processing, blind deconvolution is a deconvolution technique that permits recovery of the target scene from a single or set of "blurred" images in the presence of a poorly determined or unknown point spread function (PSF).

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