how to write the code for dividing pixel values of an image with the mean pixel value?

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ALINA
ALINA on 3 Feb 2014
Commented: ALINA on 3 Feb 2014
Hello Sir, This is the code i have written.I have the global mean of the entire image(hyperspectral image).How can i write the code to divide each pixel of the image with the global mean value.
X=multibandread('subset.dat',[215,151,155],'int16',0,'bil','ieee-le,{'Band','Range',[1 5 151]});
S=decorrstretch(X);
spectrum=S(100,50,:);
band=size(spectrum);
band=band(3);
for n=0:(band-1)
x(n+1)=(n*5)+1;
y(n+1)=spectrum(1,1,n+1);
end
plot(x,y);
xlabel('band no.');
ylabel('reflectance');
mean_band=zeros(155,1);
for i=1:155
mean_band(i,1)=mean(mean(i));
end
global_mean=mean(mean_band)

Answers (1)

Jan
Jan on 3 Feb 2014
To scale each pixel vector in hyperspectral image X with the global data mean simply do
X = X ./ mean( X(:) );

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