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Lecture 21: Image Sensors (74)

An interesting source of image noise that I remember looking into when we were looking at the Fourier Representation of images is sinusoidal noise, which can corrupt and create noise on an image through electromagnetic radiation. This type of noise can actually be removed by analyzing and removing certain frequencies in the Fourier Domain and then can be de-noised in the Fourier Domain and then reconverted into the image domain. Really cool and unique aspect of noise.

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