1 November 2010 Efficient denoising of images using a nonaggressive median filtering scheme
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The paper proposes a nonaggressive median filtering scheme, with two settings, that can be used to restore images moderately corrupted with either of the two distinct types of impulse noise-fixed-valued and random-valued. The scheme benefits from the fact that its design requires neither the difficult selection of optimal image-data dependent threshold(s), nor any kind of prior training. The filter has been tested on various standard images contaminated with both varieties of impulse noise (not added simultaneously); the results obtained strongly validate the good performance of the process. The proposed approach fulfils all the requirements needed for use as a real-time video-processing component.
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Bhargav K. Mitra, Bhargav K. Mitra, Philip M. Birch, Philip M. Birch, Rupert C. D. Young, Rupert C. D. Young, Chris Chatwin, Chris Chatwin, } "Efficient denoising of images using a nonaggressive median filtering scheme," Optical Engineering 49(11), 117004 (1 November 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3509367 . Submission:
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