Automatic Underwater Image Pre-Processing

  title={Automatic Underwater Image Pre-Processing},
  author={St{\'e}phane Bazeille and Isabelle Quidu and Luc Jaulin and J. Ph. Malkasse},
SHORT ABSTRACT: A novel pre-processing filter is proposed for underwater image restoration. Because of specific transmission properties of light in the water, underwater image suffers from limited range, non uniform lighting, low contrast, color diminished, important blur. . .Today preprocessing methods typically only concentrates on non uniform lighting or color correction and often require additional knowledge of the environment. The algorithm proposed in this paper is an automatic algorithm… CONTINUE READING
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