DOI: https://doi.org/10.3103/S0735272708120054
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Synthesis of neural pulse interference filters for image restoration

E. B. Solovyeva, S. A. Degtyarev

Abstract


The synthesis of nonlinear pulse interference filters in the form of three-layer and polynomial perceptrons has been considered in this study. Neural filters were used for removing the “salt and pepper”-type pulse interference from half-tone images. It was shown that a three-layer perceptron filter in terms of the filtration accuracy is not inferior to its polynomial analogues and its mathematical model is mush simpler than the Volterra model. Neural and polynomial filters ensure a higher level of pulse interference suppression as compared with median filters.


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