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Chemical Technology, Control and Management

Abstract

The article discusses the issues of preliminary processing and image filtering. One of the problems with image preprocessing is the presence of blurring and noise. The problem of highlighting the background of a moving object. Next, consider the problem of constructing a Kalman filter of block type. When using the Kalman filter to solve the adaptive filtering problem, the monitored process is the vector of optimal filter coefficients. The purpose of applying the Kalman filter is to minimize the variance of the estimate of the vector random process. Noise filtering in the form of a block filter allows to restore damaged areas of images using relative shift.

First Page

139

Last Page

150

DOI

https://doi.org/10.34920/2019.3.139-150

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