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modals dependent on the lifting system. This technique uses
the lifting wavelet transformation to decompose origin images
into various sub-bands. Specific fusion principles tend to
merge sub-bands to get a fused image. L. Tao et al. developed
a clinical fusion process dependent on wavelet transform [5].
When choosing high frequency coefficients, each sub-image's
local edge intensities are determined for efficient fusion to be
understood. The standard and enhanced fusion-based wavelet
algorithms are also used to fuse images. Utilizing Type-2
Fuzzy logic techniques, the multi-modal clinical model fusion
approach is used to implement a multiscale statistical understanding
of nonsubsampled contourlet transition (NSCT) by
Y. Yang et al. [6]. Specific type-2 fuzzy approximation for effective
selection of high frequency specifications is introduced
in the proposed fusion process. Local Energy (LE) methodology
based on the structural properties of the related image
was fused for low-frequency sub-bands. Saad M. Darwish
proposed an image fusion process with medical technology
focused on contour-let transformation and multi-level fuzzy
logic technique [7]. The method introduces the pixel-based
fuzzy fusion principle to contour-let's high-frequency information
specifications, and simplifications help to construct
complex algorithms that take into consideration not only the
space charge but also the precision of the fusion image.
Mert R. Sabuncu et al. [8] proposed a theory that offered
the very first comprehensive deterministic model that stringently
drives mark fusion as a segmentation approach. The
multi-modal approach of medical image fusion used in Shearlet
transform (NSST) field, is developed by M. Yin et al. [9]. The
dual-scale and dual-direction representations are obtained by
the NSST decomposition. The low frequency categories are
combined with power preservation and information recovery.
For successful fusion, the dual-modal clinical image fusion solution
based on functional pattern decomposition (FPD) and
fuzzy concept analysis is developed by Y. Yang et al. [10]. Two
essential structures for fusion segregation are obtained from
the FPD process. The additional schematic is built by two different
Fuzzy logic constructs. Using a predictable gray wolf
optimization method, a multi-modal medical image fusion
is being used for optimization, utilizing a weighted blending
of non-sub-sampled shear-let transform (NSST) device
high-frequency sub-bands by C. S. Asha et al. [11]. W. Zhao et
al. developed a medical image fusion and multi-modality denoising
algorithm. A dual-scale overlapping sequential filter is
used for distorted clinical input images to eliminate the features
(e.g., details and edges) [12]. Bin Liu et al. [13] has proposed the
image fusion process centered on a separate and distinct discrete
wavelet transformation has block impact, and the images
arising from either the fusion are smaller in temporal resolution.
A new filter bank development approach is proposed to
solve these issues, centered on an un-separable linear wavelet
of three channels with unspecified dilation vectors. Rui Shen et
al. [14] has been developed an innovative multiscale, decomposition
based fusion concept for clinical radioactive images,
taking into consideration both intra-scale and inter-scale
variances. S. Madanala et al. [15] has presented a two-stage
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synthesis approach utilizing a stream mix of Discrete Wavelet
Transform (DWT) and other transformation method called
Nonsampled Contourlet Transform (NSCT) systems for the
images obtained utilizing two dissimilar clinical imaging
techniques. Mahima et al. [16] has presented common image
fusion strategy, in which the combination of transformation
methodology called non-sub-sampled Contour-let Transform
(NSCT) decomposition with optimization algorithms is suggested.
Optimization of comparable element classification is
carried out using Darwinian Particle Swarm Optimization
(DPSO), which is extended separately to input images, to reduce
the processing requirement for fused outcome images.
Guangqiu Chen et al. [17] proposed 2D Double density Dualtree
Complex Wavelet transformation (2D DDDTCWT) that is
implemented to dual-resolution for the image to be fused. Mithun
Vijayan et al. [18] has proposed a technique to boost image
consistency based on non-decimated double density dualtree
discrete wavelet transformation. The transformation of dual
tree wavelet with double density would effectively shift invariant
transformation collecting spatial details. R. Ibrahim et
al. [19] has introduced a pixel level combination approach centered
on the integration of coarse descriptions with an efficient
feature diagnosis procedure to support applicable details and
minimize intrusion besides retain boundaries. B. Ashalatha et
al. [20] has presented Laplacian Pyramid which is a dual scale
resolving method, where images of lower resolution are combined
to yield images of higher resolution. Sarmad Maqsood
et al. introduced a multimodal fusion algorithm dependent on
the enhancement of contrast and spatial gradient technique
based on sparse representation [21]. Srinivasu Polinati et al.
familiarized a procedure for multimodal medical images to reduce
the noise using empirical wavelet decomposition method
and using local maxima energy rule [22]. Han Li et al. proposed
a fusion method using deep learning features for the disease
detection [23]. Marko Kuralt et al. developed a fusion algorithm
for CBCT and 3D images [24].
2D Double Density Wavelet Transform
The double density wavelet transform has changed from
DWT with two wavelets providing additional effects. This
uses one scaling function besides two wavelets, that is being
planned to be separated with one half from each other.
The 2D-DDWT is diagrammatically represented in Fig. 1. It is
balanced by factor 2 and 3. Selecting an acceptable wavelet is
critical since unsuitable wavelet contributes to a complex and
difficult structure [25]. The double-density wavelet transform
is equipped with critical additional characteristics as opposed
to the DWT: it utilizes one shifting procedure and two separate
wavelets designed to also be divided by one half from one
another; the double density wavelet transform is over by a
component of 2; and it is almost shift invariant. In 2D shot, this
redesign outperforms DWT efficiency in spite of de-noises,
but as a consequence, not all of the wavelets are spatial, and
there is scope for development. The double-density wavelet
transform includes external wavelets, in which some lack a
superior spatial direction, that prohibits distinguishing them.
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