thresholding for multiple values
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Hi all i have my thresholding code here and i am trying to do a thresholding processing for multiple types of thresholding in the same go!!!
I am new and i am not sure if this is possible but can a professional assist me where I am going wrong and add comments so that I get the understanding of it!!
I am getting loads of errors and I am not sure where to beging as a beginner!!
Thanks in advance for you consideration and assistance!!!
*********** My Code *******************************
subplot(1,3,1), imshow(sc), title('Binary Image Of The Car');
subplot(1,3,2), imshow(Gbird), title('Grayscalee Image Of The Car');
subplot(1,3,3), imshow(Msc), title('Original Image Of The Car');
median is misspelled...
What do you want/expect as a result? Logicals don't work that way; you'll have to test for each level.
As written, even if the logical test worked, you would only have a '1' in the Msc array for all locations which had a value greater than the least of those in your list of various t* -- not a way to locate which would be greater than each threshold. To do that you would need to be able to store a logical plane for each of the levels--6 total so would need a r x c x 6 3D array.
The way to do something like this in ML would be to loop over the number of levels and do the logical test as vector operation. Something otoo--
thresh=[mean(Gbird(:));median(Gbird(:));[50:50:200].']; % the threshold levels desired
I don't understand what it means "for the threshold equal to the values", sorry.
Where did this come from? Can you show a link to the original?
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