Aspects of Image Processing for Multimedia Applications
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The use of multimedia systems can greatly improve the communication of users with complex systems through the use of additional information representations. Media used in such systems often include still and moving images. These generate large data volumes which make image compression techniques are sensitive to noise in images. In this paper noise cleaning methods are considered. A method which can be used to eliminate the shortcomings of a promising new method is discussed. Possibilities for parallelising the compute intensive computations are outlined.
KeywordsVideo Clip Median Filter Image Compression Noisy Image Multimedia System
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