New Insights into Image Restoration Using Filter Analysis and Noise Models
International Research Journal on Advanced Science Hub,
2021, Volume 3, Issue Special Issue ICOST 2S, Pages 69-75
AbstractImage restoration, by eliminating noise and blur from an image, restores the original image. In certain cases, image blur is inevitable, and to eliminate blur caused by camera shake or radar imaging or to remove the effect of image system reaction, etc. There are many suggested methods for noise removal and our paper will investigate and address various models of noise and blur and methods of restoration. There are numerous techniques developed, the most efficient being the Wiener filter and is the fundamental noise reduction approach. Wiener filters may cause some undesired effects in image restoration (significant degradation in quality). Various techniques and models are approached in the establishment of the power spectrum of noise and undegraded images. In terms of noise reduction and image restoration, this paper studies the Wiener filter's assumption and quantitative performance improvement. The SNR is improved considerably. But noise reduction is directly proportional to image degradation. To counter this, we must have prior knowledge of the original image by some PDF (Probability Distribution Function).
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