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Figure 4: Examples of different degrees of synthetic OOF used for training. Gaussian or Bokeh blurring were applied at increasing levels to an in-focus image (see images at top left with σ =0 and radius = 0). To maintain visually similar blur degrees for the same OOF class label, the σ values and Bokeh disk radii were aligned by minimizing the sum of squared differences between the blurred images. OOF: Out-of-focus

Figure 4: Examples of different degrees of synthetic OOF used for training. Gaussian or Bokeh blurring were applied at increasing levels to an in-focus image (see images at top left with σ =0 and radius = 0). To maintain visually similar blur degrees for the same OOF class label, the σ values and Bokeh disk radii were aligned by minimizing the sum of squared differences between the blurred images. OOF: Out-of-focus