Projection and interpolation based techniques for structured and impulsive noise filtering

Bishnu Lamichhane, Laura Rebollo - Neira

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Abstract

In this chapter we present the relevant mathematical background to address two well defined signal and image processing problems. Namely, the problem of structured noise filtering and the problem of interpolation of missing data. The former is addressed by recourse to oblique projection based techniques whilst the latter, which can be considered equivalent to impulsive noise filtering, is tackled by appropriate interpolation methods.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationNew Signal Processing Research
EditorsTakumi Maeda
PublisherNova science
Pages127-158
Number of pages32
ISBN (Print)978-1-60456-479-2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2008

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© 2008 Nova Science Publishers

Keywords

  • structured noise filtering
  • interpolation of missing data
  • oblique projection based techniques
  • impulsive noise filtering
  • interpolation methods.

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Lamichhane, B., & Rebollo - Neira, L. (2008). Projection and interpolation based techniques for structured and impulsive noise filtering. In T. Maeda (Ed.), New Signal Processing Research (pp. 127-158). Nova science.
Lamichhane, Bishnu ; Rebollo - Neira, Laura. / Projection and interpolation based techniques for structured and impulsive noise filtering. New Signal Processing Research. editor / Takumi Maeda. Nova science, 2008. pp. 127-158
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