Evaluation of weighted fusion for scalar images in multi-sensor network

Chanintorn Jittawiriyanukoon


The regular image fusion method based on scalar has the problem how to prioritize and proportionally enrich image details in multi-sensor network. Based on multiple sensors to fuse and manipulate patterns of computer vision is practical. A fusion (integration) rule, bit-depth conversion, and truncation (due to conflict of size) on the image information are studied. Through multi-sensor images, the fusion rule based on weighted priority is employed to restructure prescriptive details of a fused image. Investigational results confirm that the associated details between multiple images are possibly fused, the prescription is executed and finally, features are improved. Visualization for both spatial and frequency domains to support the image analysis is also presented.


Image fusion; Multi-sensor network; Performance evaluation; Scalar based images; Weighted fusion

DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i2.1792


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