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Ande Bhavani, R.Prasad, P.Nagaraju

Published in: International Journal of Current Engineering And Scientific Research ( IJCESR)
Volume- 5, Issue-2, pp.18-26, Feb 2018
DPI :-> 16.10046.IJCESR.2018.V5I2.1826.2360

In this paper, we tend to propose a computationally efficient algorithmic program for video denoising that accomplishes temporal and spatial redundancy. The proposed method is based on Thresholding Local means (TLM). Thresholding methods have been applied successfully in different images and videos for denoising applications. In the singleframe TLM method, each output pixel is formed as a weighted sum of the centre pixels of neighboring patches, within a given search window. The weights are supported the patch intensity vector distances. The proposed method calculates vector distances for all of the pixels within the search window. Direct extension of this technique from 2- Dimensional to 3-Dimensional, for image and video process is computationally difficult. Note that the dimensions of are 3D search window is that the size of the 2D search window increased by the quantity of frames getting used to make the output. Exploiting an oversized range of frames during this manner is often prohibitive for real-time video process. Here, we tend to propose a unique recursive TLM (RTLM) algorithm for video processing and Image processing. Our RTLM method takes advantage of recursion for computational savings, compared with the direct 3D TLM. However, like the 3D NLM, our method is still able to exploit both spatial and temporal redundancy for improved performance, compared with 2D TLM. In our approach, the first frame is processed with single-frame TLM. To estimate the design frame analysis, we are performing the weighted sum of the current frame to the next frame then result position of the frame and its value for the location. Only the one best matching pixel from the previous estimate is incorporated into the present estimate. Many experimental results are given here to demonstrate the efficiency of our projected methodology in terms of quantitative and subjective image quality. The parameters Mean square Error (MSE) and Peak Signal to Noise magnitude relation (PSNR) are measured for determining the visibility and similarity of output images and video frames

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Ande Bhavani, R.Prasad, P.Nagaraju , “MULTI LEVEL INCEPTION APPROACH FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL IMAGES AND VIDEO”, International Journal of Current Engineering And Scientific Research ( IJCESR), 5, Issue-2, pp.18-26, Feb 2018. DPI:16.10046.IJCESR.V5.I2.2360