Experimental analysis of non-Gaussian noise resistance on global method optical flow using bilateral in reverse confidential

Darun Kesrarat, Vorapoj Patanavijit


This paper presents the analytical of non-Gaussian noise resistance with the aid of the use of bilateral in reverse confidential with the optical flow. In particular, optical flow is the sample of the image’s motion from the consecutive images caused by the object’s movement. It is a 2-D vector where every vector is a displacement vector displaying the motion from the first image to the second. When the noise interferes with the image flow, the approximated performance on the vector in optical flow is poor. We ensure greater appropriate noise resistance by applying bilateral in reverse confidential in optical flow in the experiment by concerning the error vector magnitude (EVM). Many noise resistance models of the global method optical flow are using for comparison in our experiment. And many sequenced image data sets where they are interfered with by several types of non-Gaussian noise are used for experimental analysis.


Bilateral filter; Error vector magnitude; Non-Gaussian noise; Optical flow; Reverse confidentia

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i2.2740


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