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There are several studies on road lane detection but very few address adverse conditions for acquisition such as sun glare. Loss of details in underexposed images captured facing a low sun leads to misleading road lane detection. High Dynamic Range Imaging methods are used to acquire most details in such scenes. Unfortunately, these techniques are...
I have been writing code for a paper and I'm reading an image in RGB space in OpenCV which means that its read as a 3D matrix (HEIGHT x WIDTH x 3 (RGB) ).
I'm flattening the image into a 2D matrix ( NB_PIXELS x 3 (RGB) ) using this code :
image = image.reshape(len(image) * len(image), len(image))
This flattening process is an important step in the method that I'm going over in the paper.
Since I can't have the paper depend on a library like NumPy I would like a more elegant way to explain the flattening. Are there any papers that I can reference or any equations, methods ..etc that I can use as a replacement to the code that I shared?