A wavelet-assisted subband denoising for tomographic image reconstruction

@article{Rabbouch2018AWS,
  title={A wavelet-assisted subband denoising for tomographic image reconstruction},
  author={Hana Rabbouch and Foued Sa{\^a}daoui},
  journal={J. Visual Communication and Image Representation},
  year={2018},
  volume={55},
  pages={115-130}
}
12 Many methods of image acquisition from medical multidimensional data rely on continuous techniques whereas in fact they are used in a finite discrete field. The discretization step is often accompanied by residuals diminishing the quality of the produced images. In addition, the acquisition phase does not occur in an ideal way and may cause artifacts and nonstandard noise. Therefore, denoising is mandatory for many algorithms in computer vision and image processing. In this paper, we propose… CONTINUE READING

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