derain

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Etymology 1[edit]

See deraign.

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derain (third-person singular simple present derains, present participle deraining, simple past and past participle derained)

  1. (law, transitive) Obsolete spelling of deraign

Etymology 2[edit]

From de- +‎ rain. Compare deraining (noun).

Verb[edit]

derain (third-person singular simple present derains, present participle deraining, simple past and past participle derained)

  1. (machine learning) To remove rain from an image.
    • 2017, Yang, Wenhan, Robby T. Tan, Jiashi Feng, Jiaying Liu, Zongming Guo, and Shuicheng Yan, “Deep joint rain detection and removal from a single image.”, in Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition:
      Hence, in our proposed pipeline, we derain first, then followed by dehazing and at last finished with deraining.
    • 2018, Chen Li, Yecai Guo, Qi Liu, and Xiaodong Liu, “DR-Net: A Novel Generative Adversarial Network for Single Image Deraining”, in Security and Communication Networks, DOI:10.1155/2018/7350324:
      It is demonstrated that the proposed method yields in relatively higher performance in comparison to other state-of-the-art deraining models in terms of derained image quality and computing efficiency.
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