Efficient Restoration Method for Images Corrupted with Impulse Noise

@article{Ramadan2012EfficientRM,
  title={Efficient Restoration Method for Images Corrupted with Impulse Noise},
  author={Zayed M. Ramadan},
  journal={Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing},
  year={2012},
  volume={31},
  pages={1397-1406}
}
  • Z. Ramadan
  • Published 1 August 2012
  • Engineering
  • Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing
This paper proposes a two-stage adaptive method for restoration of images corrupted with impulse noise. In the first stage, the pixels which are most likely contaminated by noise are detected based on their intensity values. In the second stage, an efficient average filtering algorithm is used to remove those noisy pixels from the image. Only pixels which are determined to be noisy in the first stage are processed in the second stage. The remaining pixels of the first stage are not processed… 
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