Image Denoising using Wavelet Transform and various Filters

  title={Image Denoising using Wavelet Transform and various Filters},
  author={Gurmeet Kaur and Rupinder Pal Kaur},
  journal={International Journal of Research},
  • G. Kaur, R. Kaur
  • Published 29 February 2012
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Research
The process of removing noise from the original image is still a demanding problem for researchers. There have been several algorithms and each has its assumptions, merits, and demerits. The prime focus of this paper is related to the pre processing of an image before it can be used in applications. The pre processing is done by de-noising of images. In order to achieve these de-noising algorithms, filtering approach and wavelet based approach are used and performs their comparative study… 

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