Infrared LSS-Target Detection Via Adaptive TCAIE-LGM Smoothing and Pixel-Based Background Subtraction
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Infrared small target detection is a significant and challenging topic for daily security. This paper proposes a novel model to detect LSS-target (low altitude, slow speed, and small target) under the complicated background. Firstly, the fundamental constituents of an infrared image including the complexity and entropy are calculated, which are invoked as adaptive control parameters of smoothness. Secondly, the adaptive L0 gradient minimization smoothing based on texture complexity and information entropy (TCAIE-LGM) is proposed in order to remove noises and suppress low-amplitude details in infrared image abstraction. Finally, difference of Gaussian (DoG) map is incorporated into the pixel-based adaptive segmentation (PBAS) background modeling algorithm, which can differ LSS-target from the sophisticated background. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed novel model has a high detection rate and produces fewer false alarms, which outperforms most state-of-the-art methods.
KeywordsSmall target detection L0 smoothing texture complexity information entropy pixel-based adaptive segmentation
The completion of this paper owes a great deal to the associate editor and anonymous reviewers for their valuable suggestions. All the authors of this paper would like to express their gratitude to CIOMP for its experiment and site support. The paper is jointly supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 61602432).
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