The Optimized Hybrid Model for Gaussian Noise Reduction images
In this paper, image noise is removed by using a hybrid model of wiener and fuzzy filters. It is a challenging task to remove Gaussian noise (GN) from an image and to protect the image’s edges. The Fuzzy-Wiener filter (FWF) hybrid model is used for optimizing the image smoothness and efficiency at a high level of GN. The efficiency is measured by using Structural Similarity (SSIM), Mean Square Error (MSE), and Peak Signal to Noise Ratio (PSNR). The proposed algorithm substitutes a mean value of the matrix for a non-overlapping block and replaces the total pixel number with each direction. In the proposed model, overall results proved that the optimized hybrid model FWF has an enormous computational speed and impulsive noise reduction, which enables efficient filtering as compared to the existing techniques.
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