Robust mixed noise removal with non-parametric Bayesian sparse outlier model
- 信息技术－会议论文 
This paper proposes a novel non-parametric Bayesian framework for solving mixed noise removal problem. In order to removing unstable effects of outlier noise such as salt-and-pepper in the training data, we decompose the observed data model into three components terms of ideal data, Gaussian noise and sparse outlier. And the proposed model employs spike-slab sparse prior to find the sparser coefficients of desired data term and outlier noise. Note that the proposed non-parametric Bayesian model can infer the noise statistics from the training data and have been robust to the mixed noise without tuning of model parameters. Experimental results demonstrate our proposed algorithm performs well with mixed noise and achieves better performance over other state-of-the-art methods.