An adaptive interpolation-based impulse noise removal (AIBINR) algorithm is proposed to remove impulse noise from color and gray-scale images in real time. AIBINR works fast and has no need for parameter tuning to remove fixed-valued impulse noise. A GPU application has been developed to demonstrate the speed and inherent parallelization capabilities of the proposed method. Using the high-speed implementation, we have shown that AIBINR can denoise color images fast enough to be used in real-time video denoising, while having comparable denoising performance when compared to the state-of-the-art methods without any modification to its parameters. Keywords Impulse noise removal · Cuda · Real-time denoising · High definition 1 Introduction filter (MDBUTMF) , boundary discriminative noise detection (BDND)  , improved boundary discriminative Hardware and communication faults, or faulty memory loca- noise detection (IBDND) , interpolation-based impulse tions create impulse noise in pictures . Impulse noise noise removal (IBINR)  and unbiased weighted mean is a problem for image-processing applications. Moreover, filter (UWMF) . images containing noise may cause performance reduction Ng and Ma proposed a BDND algorithm that performs in computer vision applications such as motion detection efficient noise removal up to 80% . This method uses [5, 11, 12]. Most of these tasks require real-time
Journal of Real-Time Image Processing – Springer Journals
Published: May 29, 2018
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