A Novel Approach for High Intention Image with Gradient Pyramid

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Volume-8 Issue-3
Year of Publication : 2018
Authors : Bambang Chang


MLA Style: Bambang Chang "A Novel Approach for High Intention Image with Gradient Pyramid" International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology 8.3 (2018): 1-4.

APA Style: Bambang Chang, (2018). A Novel Approach for High Intention Image with Gradient Pyramid. International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology, 8(3), 1-4.


The quality of an image directly related with its pictorial transparency, intense and contrast, in image fusion method it is an organization of perfect message from 2 or more input image into one single illustration such that the merged or output reviewed picture clutches entire of the information from original images. Here the two categories of image fusion algorithms are executed, pyramid based algorithm. Virtual reality outcomes protest that gradient pyramid progression is effective to multi-focus representation and color picture. The effective fusion images assorted from different equipment is great important in many applications such as curative imaging, microscopic imaging, remote sensing. In this report, we relate this element competently divergence enrichment structure for images that improves the eminence of detectable image without presenting improbable visual exteriors.


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gradient pyramid, image fusion, entropy, multi-scale, multi-resolution.