Image De-Noising Algorithm Using Adaptive Modfied Decision Base Filters

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 The removal of noise is a crucial and challenging task in the field of image processing, essential for obtaining high-quality, noise-free images. This area of research is continuously evolving, with the analysis and design of more sophisticated filters being imperative to enhance image information and achieve superior results. Numerous filters have been developed to address the presence of noise in various types of corrupted images. These filters are designed to target and eliminate different kinds of noise, such as Gaussian noise, salt-and-pepper noise, and speckle noise, among others. The application of denoising algorithms plays a pivotal role in filtering these images. By implementing various filters, researchers aim to mitigate the noise and improve the clarity and accuracy of the image data. Despite the advancements in denoising techniques, applying these filters can sometimes result in inefficiencies at the pixel level. This challenge arises because the filters, while removing noise, may also inadvertently blur fine details or alter important features of the image. Therefore, it is essential to strike a balance between noise reduction and the preservation of image details. . For instance, linear filters, such as the mean filter and the Gaussian filter, are widely used due to their simplicity and effectiveness in reducing Gaussian noise. However, they may not perform well with non-Gaussian noise and can cause blurring. Non-linear filters, like the median filter, are more effective against salt-and-pepper noise and better preserve edges but may struggle with other noise types. Advanced techniques, such as wavelet-based denoising and deep learning-based methods, have also been explored. Wavelet-based denoising involves decomposing the image into different frequency components and selectively attenuating the noise, which is typically high-frequency. This method can efficiently reduce noise while preserving important features.These methods can learn complex noise patterns and effectively distinguish between noise and actual image details, leading to significant improvements in image quality. Moreover, adaptive filters have gained attention for their ability to adjust their parameters based on the local image characteristics. This adaptability enables them to perform well across a range of noise types and image conditions, further enhancing their effectiveness.

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N SATHISHA. (2024). Image De-Noising Algorithm Using Adaptive Modfied Decision Base Filters. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 1003–1007. Retrieved from

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