Contrast Enhancement Using Texture Histogram And Fuzzy Entropy
Image enhancement is used to correct contrast deficiencies and to improve the quality of an image. It is essential and critical to extracting features and segmenting images. This paper presents a novel contrast enhancement algorithm based on newly defined texture histogram and fuzzy entropy with the ability to preserve edges and details, while avoiding noise amplification and over-enhancement. To demonstrate the performance, the proposed algorithm is tested on a variety of images and compared with other enhancement algorithms. Experimental results proved that the proposed method has better performance in enhancing images without over-enhancement and under-enhancement.
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Volume (Year): 03 (2007)
Issue (Month): 03 ()
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