Evaluation Error Measurement Tools Based on Blurred Image

Farah Sari

Abstract


There are many paper used difference type of quality measurements without evaluate them to find the best one, in this paper create new comparative study between various type of error measurements tools. This comparison rely on characteristics of that error tools, where everyone have set of advantage and drawbacks, in addition where it can use exactly and what is the accuracy of result which can be provided. Overall this research focused on blurred images after manipulate it using more than one mean filters with set of image sample. So then mean reason for this research make best decision to select strong tools among different type of tools. Finally make over view to use the correct tool with specific purpose.

 


Keywords


Degraded colored image; Mean filters; Error measurement tools and Statistics analysis.

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