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Volume - 3 | Issue - 4 | december 2021

Unstructured Noise Removal for Industrial Sensor Imaging Unit by Hybrid Adaptive Median Algorithm
B. Vivekanandam   184  109
Pages: 284-297
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Vivekanandam, B. (2021). Unstructured Noise Removal for Industrial Sensor Imaging Unit by Hybrid Adaptive Median Algorithm. Journal of Innovative Image Processing, 3(4), 284-297. doi:10.36548/jiip.2021.4.001
Published
22 November, 2021
Abstract

Thermal noise is the most common type of contamination in digital image acquisition operations, and is caused by the temperature condition of the industrial sensor devices used in the process. When it comes to picture improvement, removing noise from the image is one of the most crucial steps. However, in image processing, it is more critical to retain the characteristics of the original picture while eliminating the noise. Thermal noise removal is a challenging problem in image denoising. This article provides a strategy based on a Hybrid Adaptive Median (HAM) filtering approach for removing thermal noise from the image output of an industrial sensor. The demonstration of this proposed approach's ability, is to successfully detect and reduce thermal noise. In addition, this study examines an adaptive hybrid adaptive median filtering approach that has significant computational advantages, making it highly practical. Finally, this research report on experiments shows the high-quality industrial sensor imaging systems that have been successfully implemented in the real world.

Keywords

Noise model industrial sensor adaptive median filtering thermal noise non-local filtering

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