Does median filtering truly preserve edges better than linear filtering?

14 Dec 2006Ery Arias-CastroDavid L. Donoho

Image processing researchers commonly assert that "median filtering is better than linear filtering for removing noise in the presence of edges." Using a straightforward large-$n$ decision-theory framework, this folk-theorem is seen to be false in general... (read more)

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