__/ [ tirzan ] on Monday 27 March 2006 16:31 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> You can look up a precise description by searching the Web. In short,
>> histogram bins involve taking the pixels whose values lie within a given
>> range (say 0..255) and then partitioning that range into smaller chunks
>> (bins or 'buckets'). You could, for example, have a bin that contains all
>> pixels whose (grey-level) value is between 1 and 10.
> yes! thanks!
>> What are "min" and "max"?
> the min and the max grey value on the image, we can consider min=0 and
> but (maybe) is more convenient to calculate the min and the max
>> This seems okay, but why not use many of the
>> existing implementation, which could be /far/ more efficient?
> do you have any link? or any example of a more efficient
>> Hope it helps,
Have a look at VXL:
It is very extensive and Open Source too.
Hope it helps,
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