Advances in Astronomy / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

An Improved Infrared/Visible Fusion for Astronomical Images

Table 1

Quantitative comparison.

Dataset Technique

Andromeda galaxy (M31) Proposed 0.8220 0.8319 0.77070.48040.6461 0.3487 0.66120.4615
Ellmauthaler et al. [8] 0.7179 0.8444 0.7345 0.3647 0.6350 0.2229 0.5610 0.3387
MSVD [28] 0.6452 0.6946 0.6243 0.4148 0.4535 0.4432 0.0045 0.2675
NSCT [27] 0.6259 0.6003 0.5576 0.2641 0.4606 0.1777 0.3432 0.2689
DTCWT [26] 0.7085 0.8134 0.6573 0.3113 0.5436 0.1682 0.2682 0.2290
RP [25] 0.4706 0.5416 0.5102 0.2514 0.3970 0.5282 0.2075 0.2026

Jupiter’s moon Proposed 0.79270.72550.7814 0.4622 0.7566 0.3433 0.67250.5617
Ellmauthaler et al. [8] 0.2832 0.6477 0.6343 0.4230 0.7398 0.1768 0.5672 0.5614
MSVD [28] 0.4780 0.4970 0.5217 0.5243 0.5292 0.4599 0.0065 0.4923
NSCT [27] 0.4155 0.4083 0.4631 0.5279 0.5212 0.2672 0.5001 0.6139
DTCWT [26] 0.4571 0.5932 0.5851 0.3476 0.5973 0.1805 0.4785 0.4844
RP [25] 0.3467 0.3989 0.4022 0.4749 0.3919 0.4825 0.0183 0.3634

Nabula (M16) Proposed 0.73990.48960.84610.85870.86450.76460.75530.5652
Ellmauthaler et al. [8] 0.7318 0.4230 0.8446 0.8494 0.8563 0.5736 0.5424 0.5494
MSVD [28] 0.4918 0.4120 0.6466 0.6704 0.6539 0.5598 0.0051 0.4331
NSCT [27] 0.5204 0.2980 0.6037 0.5899 0.6013 0.4916 0.3953 0.5058
DTCWT [26] 0.6736 0.3608 0.8023 0.8225 0.8125 0.4477 0.4631 0.5079
RP [25] 0.5885 0.3099 0.6834 0.6818 0.6934 0.6597 0.1708 0.4639