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Fig. 10.1
respectively. As these techniques operate over all the bands, most of the data features
have been captured for fusion. However, we observe a high amount of saturation at
some places in both results.
The performance assessment of these results using the no-reference measures and
the participatory measures described in Chap. 9 can be found in Table 10.2 .Wehave
already discussed the participatory performance measures for the moffett 2 dataset
in Chap. 9 . Here we discuss in brief only the no-reference measures. The values of
participatory measures have also been provided for a quick reference. All the four
presented solutions provide high values of variance
2 which indicate a good amount
of contrast in them. Comparatively low values of the variance for the techniques of
PLF and CMF are due to over-saturation in these results. The moderate values of the
average gradient
g for these techniques can also be explained with a similar reasoning.
These two measures quantify the amount of contrast and the sharpness in the images,
respectively. The entropy values H are quite high for the results of all techniques,
however the value is the lowest for the result of the three band selection technique.
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