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Survey Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016
A Survey on Image Inpainting Techniques to Reconstitute Remotely Sensed Images
Rohini B. Late | N. G. Dharashive
Abstract: Modification of digital image is general practice with various intentions now days because of extensive availability of sophisticated image editing tools. Image inpainting is one of the approach to recuperate lost or damaged part of image in order to make it visually plausible and restore its unity. Nonresponsive pixel (dead pixel) or removing unwanted objects from digital image is frequently preferred in the application of remote sensing. Remotely sensed images are suffered due to stripping and dead pixels. To solve this problem many image inpainting techniques are proposed to recover damaged or stripping images. In this paper we provide a survey of different techniques used for remotely sensed image inpainting like Exampler based, PDE based, Structure based, Texture based etc.
Keywords: Image Inpainting, Image Reconstruction gap filling, Satellite image, Landsat7 SLC-off reconstruction
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 1, January 2016,
Pages: 646 - 650