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Chauhan, A. S., Sahula, V..  2015.  High density impulsive Noise removal using decision based iterated conditional modes. 2015 International Conference on Signal Processing, Computing and Control (ISPCC). :24–29.

Salt and Pepper Noise is very common during transmission of images through a noisy channel or due to impairment in camera sensor module. For noise removal, methods have been proposed in literature, with two stage cascade various configuration. These methods, can remove low density impulse noise, are not suited for high density noise in terms of visible performance. We propose an efficient method for removal of high as well as low density impulse noise. Our approach is based on novel extension over iterated conditional modes (ICM). It is cascade configuration of two stages - noise detection and noise removal. Noise detection process is a combination of iterative decision based approach, while noise removal process is based on iterative noisy pixel estimation. Using improvised approach, up to 95% corrupted image have been recovered with good results, while 98% corrupted image have been recovered with quite satisfactory results. To benchmark the image quality, we have considered various metrics like PSNR (Peak Signal to Noise Ratio), MSE (Mean Square Error) and SSIM (Structure Similarity Index Measure).

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Jian Wang, Lin Mei, Yi Li, Jian-Ye Li, Kun Zhao, Yuan Yao.  2014.  Variable Window for Outlier Detection and Impulsive Noise Recognition in Range Images. Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGrid), 2014 14th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on. :857-864.

To improve comprehensive performance of denoising range images, an impulsive noise (IN) denoising method with variable windows is proposed in this paper. Founded on several discriminant criteria, the principles of dropout IN detection and outlier IN detection are provided. Subsequently, a nearest non-IN neighbors searching process and an Index Distance Weighted Mean filter is combined for IN denoising. As key factors of adapatablity of the proposed denoising method, the sizes of two windows for outlier INs detection and INs denoising are investigated. Originated from a theoretical model of invader occlusion, variable window is presented for adapting window size to dynamic environment of each point, accompanying with practical criteria of adaptive variable window size determination. Experiments on real range images of multi-line surface are proceeded with evaluations in terms of computational complexity and quality assessment with comparison analysis among a few other popular methods. It is indicated that the proposed method can detect the impulsive noises with high accuracy, meanwhile, denoise them with strong adaptability with the help of variable window.
 

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Xu, W., Yan, Z., Tian, Y., Cui, Y., Lin, J..  2017.  Detection with compressive measurements corrupted by sparse errors. 2017 9th International Conference on Wireless Communications and Signal Processing (WCSP). :1–5.

Compressed sensing can represent the sparse signal with a small number of measurements compared to Nyquist-rate samples. Considering the high-complexity of reconstruction algorithms in CS, recently compressive detection is proposed, which performs detection directly in compressive domain without reconstruction. Different from existing work that generally considers the measurements corrupted by dense noises, this paper studies the compressive detection problem when the measurements are corrupted by both dense noises and sparse errors. The sparse errors exist in many practical systems, such as the ones affected by impulse noise or narrowband interference. We derive the theoretical performance of compressive detection when the sparse error is either deterministic or random. The theoretical results are further verified by simulations.