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IJIEEB Vol.4, No.2, Apr. 2012

Investigations of Cellular Automata Game of Life Rules for Noise Filtering and Edge Detection

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Author(s)

Peer M. A., Fasel Qadir, Khan K. A.

Index Terms

Cellular Automata, Game of Life, Image Processing, Noise Filtering, Edge Detection

Abstract

In digital image processing, edge detection of images is an important and difficult task. Also, if the images are corrupted by noise, it smears some details and thus resulting in inaccurate edge detection. Hence, a pre-processing step must be taken before the edge detection. In this paper a new approach for edge detection with noise filtering of digital images using Cellular Automata Game of Life is presented. This procedure can easily be generalized and used for any type of digital media. To illustrate the proposed method, some experiments have been performed on standard test images and compared with popular methods. The results reveal that the proposed method has relatively desirable performance.

Cite This Paper

Peer M. A.,Fasel Qadir,Khan K. A.,"Investigations of Cellular Automata Game of Life Rules for Noise Filtering and Edge Detection", IJIEEB, vol.4, no.2, pp.22-28, 2012.

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