Noise resistance territorial intensity-based optical flow using inverse confidential technique on bilateral function

Darun Kesrarat, Vorapoj Patanavijit

Abstract


This paper presents the use of the inverse confidential technique on bilateral function with the territorial intensity-based optical flow to prove the effectiveness in noise resistance environment. In general, the image’s motion vector is coded by the technique called optical flow where the sequences of the image are used to determine the motion vector. But, the accuracy rate of the motion vector is reduced when the source of image sequences is interfered by noises. This work proved that the inverse confidential technique on bilateral function can increase the percentage of accuracy in the motion vector determination by the territorial intensity-based optical flow under the noisy environment. We performed the testing with several kinds of non-Gaussian noises at several patterns of standard image sequences by analyzing the result of the motion vector in a form of the error vector magnitude (EVM) and compared it with several noise resistance techniques in territorial intensity-based optical flow method.

Keywords


Bilateral filter; Error vector magnitude; Inverse confidential; Non-gaussian noise; Optical flow

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v10i6.3243

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