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The random checkerboard model of film-grain noise in the presence of signal

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The subject of film-grain noise has attracted wide attention in recent years partly because photographic film is such a critical element in many coherent optical signal-processing and holographic systems. It is shown that film-grain noise, insofar as it can be represented by the well-known random checkerboard model, cannot be treated as additive or multiplicative noise.

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Proceedings of the IEEE  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 7 )