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    Phase Congruency based Technique for Removal of Rain from Videos

    Rain is a complex dynamic noise that hampers feature detection and extraction from videos. The presence of rain streaks in a particular frame of video is completely random and cannot be predicted accurately. In this project, a method based on phase congruency is used to remove rain from videos. This method makes use of the spatial, temporal and chromatic properties of the rain streaks in order to detect and remove them. The basic idea is that any pixel will not be covered by rain at all instances. Also, the presence of rain causes sharp changes in intensity at a particular pixel. The directional property of rain streaks also helps in the proper detection of rain affected pixels.

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    Vision Lab, Dr. Vijayan Asari, Director

    Kettering Lab 461-464 
    300 College Park 
    Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0232

    937-229-1779