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A Comparative Analysis on Image Quality Assessment for Real Time Satellite Images

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  • School of Computing Science and Engineering, VIT University, Chennai - 600127, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objectives: The objective of this paper is to analyze the different image quality metrics by testing and comparing with different distorted set of satellite images. Methods/Statistical Analysis: In this paper, we propose the methods for analyzing the quality of real time images that are corrupted due to different distortions. The several quality metrics are applied and ultimately the best metrics are derived based on the type of degradation. Different metrics such as metric based on single image and metric based on two images have been tested with different real time satellite images from NASA data sets. Findings: This framework will help to identify the metrics in order to prove the proposed filtering schemes that are applied to the corrupted images. Based on the results, we have concluded the characteristics of different quality metrics and further we successfully identified the quality metric appropriate to various distortions. Application/Improvements: The proposed quality metric analysis is used to estimate the performance of any filtering schemes which are used to enhance the quality of any real time images such as remote sensing field.

Keywords

Assessment, Blur, Gaussian, Metrics, Quality, Satellite Images, Salt and Pepper.

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