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Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter

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Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter. / Abramov, S. K.; Abramova, V. V.; Lukin, V. V.; Egiazarian, Karen O.

julkaisussa: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vuosikerta 78, Nro 13, 2019, s. 1129-1142.

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Abramov, SK, Abramova, VV, Lukin, VV & Egiazarian, KO 2019, 'Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter', Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, Vuosikerta. 78, Nro 13, Sivut 1129-1142. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v78.i13.10

APA

Abramov, S. K., Abramova, V. V., Lukin, V. V., & Egiazarian, K. O. (2019). Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering, 78(13), 1129-1142. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v78.i13.10

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Abramov SK, Abramova VV, Lukin VV, Egiazarian KO. Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter. Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2019;78(13):1129-1142. https://doi.org/10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v78.i13.10

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Abramov, S. K. ; Abramova, V. V. ; Lukin, V. V. ; Egiazarian, Karen O. / Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter. Julkaisussa: Telecommunications and Radio Engineering. 2019 ; Vuosikerta 78, Nro 13. Sivut 1129-1142.

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title = "Prediction of signal denoising efficiency for DCT-based filter",
abstract = "Signals acquired by different sensors are often noisy and are subject to filtering aimed to reduce noise and preserve important information. Although a great number of different filters exist, their performance does not always satisfy users. There are practical situations when denoising does not lead to expected positive effect which makes it useless. In this paper, we show that a denoising efficiency can be predicted for DCT-based filters. This can be accurately done by an analysis of statistics of DCT-coefficients in a limited number of blocks without execution of denoising itself. Peculiarities of preliminary analysis needed to carry out prediction are discussed. It is shown that a prediction is able to perform well for a wide range of signals and signal-to-noise ratios.",
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KW - Prediction

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DO - 10.1615/TelecomRadEng.v78.i13.10

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