Recursive filters (RFs) have achieved a central role in several research fields over the last few years. For example, they are used in image processing, in data assimilation and in electrocardiogram denoising. More in particular, among RFs, the Gaussian RFs are an efficient computational tool for approximating Gaussian-based convolutions and are suitable for digital image processing and applications of the scale-space theory. As is a common knowledge, the Gaussian RFs, applied to signals with support in a finite domain, generate distortions and artifacts, mostly localized at the boundaries. Heuristic and theoretical improvements have been proposed in literature to deal with this issue (namely boundary conditions). They include the case in which a Gaussian RF is applied more than once, i.e. the so called K-iterated Gaussian RFs. In this paper, starting from a summary of the comprehensive mathematical background, we consider the case of the K-iterated first-order Gaussian RF and provide the study of its numerical stability and some component-wise theoretical error bounds.
|Titolo:||Some error bounds for k-iterated gaussian recursive filters|
|Autori interni:||GALLETTI, Ardelio|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Rivista:||AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|