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7 December 1981 Noise Effects For Edge Operators
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Techniques and analyses for improving the signal-to-noise performance of edge detectors are presented. A general edge detection method is developed as a result of the noise analysis, and a wide class of edge detectors is shown to be insensitive to edge orientation. For this class, an optimal design with respect to noise statistics is found and a comparison made between many common edge operators. Edge and noise models characteristic of typical images are presented and used in the analysis of these edge detectors.
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R. E. Nasburg and Marion Lineberry "Noise Effects For Edge Operators", Proc. SPIE 0292, Processing of Images and Data from Optical Sensors, (7 December 1981); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.932842
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