AIM 2019 Challenge on Constrained Super-Resolution: Methods and Results

by   Kai Zhang, et al.

This paper reviews the AIM 2019 challenge on constrained example-based single image super-resolution with focus on proposed solutions and results. The challenge had 3 tracks. Taking the three main aspects (i.e., number of parameters, inference/running time, fidelity (PSNR)) of MSRResNet as the baseline, Track 1 aims to reduce the amount of parameters while being constrained to maintain or improve the running time and the PSNR result, Tracks 2 and 3 aim to optimize running time and PSNR result with constrain of the other two aspects, respectively. Each track had an average of 64 registered participants, and 12 teams submitted the final results. They gauge the state-of-the-art in single image super-resolution.


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Lightweight Image Super-Resolution with Information Multi-distillation Network (ACM MM 2019, Winner Award of ICCVW AIM 2019 Constrained SR Track1&Track2)

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