Memristor bridge-based low pass filter for image processing

@article{Yongbin2019MemristorBL,
  title={Memristor bridge-based low pass filter for image processing},
  author={Yue Yongbin and Yang Nijing and Yang Chenyu and Nyima Tashi},
  journal={Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics},
  year={2019}
}
This paper highlights the memristor bridge-based lowpass filter (LPF) and improved image processing algorithms along with a novel adaptive Gaussian filter for denoising image and a new Gaussian pyramid for scale invariant feature transform (SIFT). First, a novel kind of LPF based on the memristor bridge is designed, whose cut-off frequency and other traits are demonstrated to change with different time and memristance. In light of the changeable parameter of the memristor bridge-based LPF, a… 
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