Visual Information Science, Technology and Application Laboratory
Defogging Quality Assessment using FRFSIM: Results and Comparisons
We qualitatively and quantitatively compare the defogged images by using our proposed IQA method FRFSIM and SSIM. Besides, the defogged images are obtained by the following methods: DCP, DehazeNet, MSF, MSCNN, MOF, BCCR, CAP. And the foggy images have come from HazeRD and our MRFID dataset. HazeRD is also an outdoor foggy image database, which contains fifteen fog-free outdoor scenes. For each scene, there are five corresponding foggy images.
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