Elimination of Impulse Noise using Mean Median filter for Image Enhancement release_r45ifurl2zailakfqrhih5lx3y

by Trupti Arun Jangale, Raj Kumar Paul


In this method, we've got introduced a new technique for the improvement of gray scale images, when images are corrupted by salt and pepper noise that's additionally referred to as an impulse noise. Our suggested phenomena show a better output for Medium density impulse noise as compare to the opposite renowned filters like standard Median Filter (SMF), a decision based mostly Median Filter (DBMF) and modified decision based Median Filter (MDBMF), Nonlinear filter (NLF) and so on. Our projected technique worked on two steps, within the beginning is that the detection of noisy pixels and within the second step is that the removal of noisy pixels. For detection of noisy constituent apply condition pixels values lies in between 0 to 255 it noisy it's noisy free pixels. In our second step that's the removal of noisy pixel recommended technique that's replaces the noisy pixel by alpha trimmed mean median value. Different grayscale pictures are tested via proposed technique. The experimental result shows higher Peak Signal to Noise ratio (PSNR) values and with higher visual and human perception.
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