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Method and apparatus for performing de-noise processing

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #8422817.

A method for performing de-noise processing includes: with regard to each direction of a plurality of directions, summing up absolute values of differences between a plurality of sets of first pixel values around a target pixel of an image to generate a first detection value, and with regard to each direction of at least a portion of the directions, selectively averaging at least one set of second pixel values around the target pixel to generate a second detection value; sorting a plurality of pixel values around the target pixel and generating a third detection value accordingly; and with regard to a specific direction of the directions, performing de-noise processing on the target pixel according to at least the former two of the first detection value, the third detection value, and the second detection value. An associated apparatus is also provided.

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