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Image Denoising Using Various Image Enhancement Techniques

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The main aim of the image enhancement technique is to process any image given as input and to obtain the resultant outcome more accurately than the existing image. The level of accuracy of an image can be restored in different forms using image enhancement techniques. The choices of choosing different image enhancement techniques may vary depending upon the quality of the picture, task, and atmospheric conditions. The different algorithms used for enhancement and the concepts are discussed in this paper. The frequency and spatial domain of the image can be enhanced by using these processes.


  • Image enhancement
  • Spatial domain enhancement
  • Frequency domain-based enhancement
  • Histogram equalization

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Premnath, S.P., Arokia Renjith, J. (2021). Image Denoising Using Various Image Enhancement Techniques. In: Dash, S.S., Das, S., Panigrahi, B.K. (eds) Intelligent Computing and Applications. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, vol 1172. Springer, Singapore.

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