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In this paper, an iterative solution for high density random valued impulse noise
reduction of gray scale images is proposed. The algorithm, which works in an iterative
fashion, is designed by considering the different parameters that influence the effect of noise
reduction. Each iteration significantly increases the performance of the proposed algorithm.
Restored Mean Absolute Error (RMAE) is used to measure and compare the performance
of the algorithm. The algorithm is compared with several nonlinear algorithms reported in
the literature. Experimental results show that the proposed algorithm produces better
results compared to the existing algorithms.
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