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Function spaces of type S are introduced and investigated in the literature. They are also applied to study the Cauchy problem. In this paper we shall extend the concept of these spaces to the context of Boehmian spaces and study the Fourier transform theory on these spaces. These spaces enable us to combine the theory of Fourier transform on these function… (More)
This paper surveys various techniques for removal of impulsive noise. Noise can appear in images from a variety of sources such as due to cameras quality, and resolution, bad acquisition, transmission or recording. Some examples of noise are: Gaussian or White, Impulse, periodic, sinusoidal or coherent, uncorrelated, salt and pepper and granular. Noise… (More)
Let K be a non-archimedean, non-trivially (rank i) valued complete field. B,B denote the closed and open unit ball of K respectively. Necessary and sufficient conditions for analytic functions defined on B,B with values in K to be injective, necessary and sufficient conditions for fixed points, the problem of subordination are studied in this paper.
This paper deals with a correspondence between the periodic distributions and holomorphlc functions. Periodic distributions whose "negative" Fourier coefficients are zero are characterlsed as the boundary values of certain holomorphlc functions.
Image classification is one of the most complex areas in image processing. It is more complex and difficult to classify if it contain blurry and noisy content. There are several methods to classify images and they provide good classification result but they fail to provide satisfactory classification result when the image contains blurry and noisy content.… (More)