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This paper presents an improvement on gradient-based intensity normalization introduced by Sintorn et al., which is used in microscopy, especially in the evaluation of proteins and other cell elements in densitometry. In this method, images contain similar textures, but their density and intensity may vary dramatically. Two new profiles are introdu...
This paper presents a comparative study of different distance measures used to compare histograms in applications such as pattern recognition, feature selection, image sorting, grouping, identification, indexing, and retrieval. The focus of the study is on how distance measures are affected by variations across images. Different distances between h...
In this project, different theoretical-practical problems of digital image processing are studied, seeking to improve already published techniques or create new ones that allow to solve the problems posed.