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Various Obstruction Removal Techniques from a Sequence of Images

Miss Ashwini Gat, Mr. Uday Nuli, Mr. Sandip Murchite, ,
Computer Science & Engineering, TEI’s DKTE, Ichakaranji, 416115/416115, India
:10.22362/ijcert/2017/v4/i3/xxxx [UNDER PROCESS]

Reflection or obstruction from images is a major reason for quality degradation of images in image processing. Camera Flash is frequently used to capture a good photograph of a scene under low light conditions. However, flash images have many problems: The flash can often be blinding and too strong, leading to blown out images. This report presents separate algorithms described in the literature that attempts to remove obstructions computationally. The strengths and weaknesses of each algorithm outlined.

Ashwini Gat, “Various Obstruction Removal Techniques from a Sequence of Images”, International Journal Of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, 4(3):86-88, March-2017.

Keywords : flash, reflection removal, obstruction, SPBSM, SID, GPSR.

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