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Stochastic Image Denoising

Stochastic Image Denoising

This video was recorded at British Machine Vision Conference (BMVC), London 2009. We present a novel, probabilistic algorithm for image noise removal. We show that suitably constrained random walks over small image neighborhoods provide a good estimate of the appearance of a pixel, and that a stable estimate can be obtained with a small number of samples. We provide a through evaluation and comparison of the proposed algorithm over a large standardized data set. Results show that our method consistently outperforms competing approaches for image denoising.


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