The two images after the BIMF BEMD decomposition are not necessarily the same.
BIMFs operate from high to low frequencies; thus, m-BIMF is also distributed from high to low frequencies.
Redefining the m-BIMF in the same manner may solve the problem of the inconsistency in the original number of BIMF decomposition.
Redefining the m-BIMF as such solves the inconsistency in the original number of BIMF decomposition.
Image processing needs to be decomposed to coordinate the use of the theoretical section of its extracted extreme points and to ensure the consistency and overall trend of the BIMF decomposition characteristics of the final image.
1) The images to be fused are X and Y; the process of the BEMD decomposition of the extreme points of the two source images are processed through coordination to determine the number of BIMF components and residues.
After a balanced soil is achieved, BIMF also conserves energy.
BIMF uses small areas, does not need expensive irrigation equipment, avoids the purchase of petroleum-fueled cultivating and harvesting machinery and reduces expenses for annual inputs.
Trends that might favor the growth of BIMF include the heightened interest in locally grown and organic foods.
BIMF boasts two advantages which no other production system can claim.