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To save each of sub-indices (luminance, contrast and structure) in SSIM

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Heesoon Sheen
Heesoon Sheen on 22 Oct 2021
Commented: DGM on 4 Nov 2021 at 14:57
I compare two dicom or nii data using sub-indices (luminance, contrast and structure) in SSIM.
I appreiciate if anyone let me get how to save each of sub-indices (luminance, contrast and structure) in SSIM seperatly.

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DGM on 23 Oct 2021
Unless you need something special, you should be able to do this with standard syntax for ssim(). Mind you, the SSIM is the mean of the elementwise product of three arrays. If you extract only the index of each component, you're losing information by taking the array means before taking the product. Whether that matters depends what you expect to do with this information.
A = imread('cameraman.tif');
B = imgaussfilt(A,1.5);
% get SSIM index and map
[S Sm] = ssim(B,A);
% get component indices and maps
[Sc(1) Scm(:,:,1)] = ssim(B,A,'exponent',[1 0 0]);
[Sc(2) Scm(:,:,2)] = ssim(B,A,'exponent',[0 1 0]);
[Sc(3) Scm(:,:,3)] = ssim(B,A,'exponent',[0 0 1]);
% combine component indices (approximates SSIM)
[S prod(Sc)]
ans = 1×2
0.7801 0.7648
% combine component maps and take mean (matches SSIM)
[S mean2(prod(Scm,3))]
ans = 1×2
0.7801 0.7801
If you need something different, just open ssim(), look at it, and write a version that does what you want.
DGM on 4 Nov 2021 at 14:57
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