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Articles by K. Veerakumar
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  P. Thirumurugan and K. Veerakumar
  Medical images are often corrupted by impulse noises during the process of medical image acquisition and transmission. Hence, an efficient denoising technique is very important for the medical image processing applications before diagnosing. In this study, Euclidean detector noise filtering algorithm is proposed which detects and removes the impulse noise from the noise affected images, especially while compared with other state-of-the-art methods such as a switched median filter and selective median filter interms of medical image quality and mean square error. The process of impulse noise detection includes finding of the Euclidean direction, through the estimation of standard deviation in various directions of the filtering window. It also preserves the edges in the medical images during the denoising process. The main contribution of this study is to detect and reduce the impulse noises from the medical images for further medical diagnosis. The proposed method has been tested using different modalities of 20 medical images and proved to provide a better visual quality when compared to conventional methods.
  B. Sumathisri , K. Veerakumar and G. Prabhakaran
  The business environment in the world is turbulent, dynamic and fast changing. The corporate are facing keen competition and ever-increasing expectations of customer particularly in quality and delivery products. Advertisement only promotes consumer welfare by encouraging competition and leading to improvements in product quality and reduction in price for him. But, it is less flexible than personal communication and cannot answer objections raised by prospects. Target audiences are much more tightly targeted with direct marketing also. The concept of Customer Experience Management is that the process of strategically managing a customer’s entire experience with a product or company. In the early years of the new millennium, Customer Experience Management (CEM) was a popular buzzword that really set the stage for experiential marketing. One of the key principles of CEM is the shift in responsibility from the headquarters to the branches and agents. Product placements have become part of the landscape, part of the real world where consumers hang out and certainly do not mind trying something as long as it makes sense to them. Thus, the phenomenon of companies have changed to create goods, service and experiences in close cooperation with consumers, tapping into their intellectual capital and in exchange giving them a direct say what actually gets produced, manufactured, developed, designed, serviced or processed.
 
 
 
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