Denoising using Self Adaptive Radial Basis Function

Azra Jeelani, M B Veena


This paper presents an adaptive form of the Radial basis function neural network to correct the noisy image in a unified way without estimating the existing noise model in the image. Proposed method needs a single noisy image to train the adaptive radial basis function network to learn the correction of the noisy image. The gaussian kernel function is applied to reconstruct the local disturbance appeared because of the noise. The proposed adaptiveness in the radial basis function network is compared with the fixed form of spreadness and the center value of kernel function. The proposed solution can correct the image suffered from different varieties of noises like speckle noise, Gaussian noise, salt & pepper noise separately or combination of noises. Various standard test images are considered for test purpose with different levels of noise density and performance of proposed algorithm is compared with adaptive wiener filter.


Image reconstruction, Gaussian Noise, Neural network, Radial basis function, Speckle Noise

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Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics (IJEEI)
ISSN 2089-3272

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