Image Processing Reference
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FIGURE 8.13: (Please see color insert) tNM, HSM and TOD for different values of
tolerance level, subimage size
s ij
be a set of images. Let
is one kind of similarity (nearness) measure between
I i
and image
I j . The similarity matrix is
{s ij }
and is graphically
shown with a square of
picture elements (cells) where each picture element
is shown with a gray scale brightness value of
N × N
s ij . Full similarity (identical)
is shown with 1 (white) and the complete dissimilarity is shown with 0 (black). If
the image database can be classified into subsets of conceptually similar images, it
is expected that similarity is high (bright) within images of a subset and low (dark)
between subsets.
FIGURE 8.14: Selected images from Caltech image database
Example 8.8
Figure 8.14 shows 9 sample images randomly selected from Caltech vision group
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