ADAPTIVETHRESHOLD An adaptive thresholding algorithm that seperates the foreground from the background with nonuniform illumination.
bw=adaptivethreshold(IM,ws,C) outputs a binary image bw with the local threshold mean-C or median-C to the image IM.
ws is the local window size.
tm is 0 or 1, a switch between mean and median. tm=0 mean(default); tm=1 median.
Contributed by Guanglei Xiong (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
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nice and simple
I compared Local Adaptive Thresholding from Matlab File Exchange ( https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8647-local-adaptive-thresholding ) vs. the adaptthresh function (Matlab built in function) and I get different outputs. Are these two functions similar and can be compered? The adpt1 is my desired output and can I achieve the same using adaptthresh?
I = imread('rice.png');
val= adaptthresh(I, 0.01);
adpt2 = imbinarize(I,val);
imshowpair(adpt1, adpt2, 'montage');
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if any one has the Adaptive Thresholding for Edge Detection in
Gray Scale Images code can please provid to me
So good do far
@Yasha Jain, for me, ignoring C and following @2one's suggestion (on 3rd July 2014) worked. You can try as well.
How do we decide the value of C
What is that ws(wnidow size)??
sanjay bhattacharya wrote:
''I have written a code without using any std functions like imfilter etc, its purely based on fundamentals.
CHECK OUT THE OUTPUT IMAGES
sanjay bhattacharya, this is exactly what I need. Is there any chance to show me hot your code looks like? Offcourse anyone else can help.
For others, it appears that C (=constant) was originally the binary image segmentation threshold.
I have modified my version of the code as follows:
This now uses the adaptive (mean) filter to highlight image features (i.e. mIM-IM) and then the Otsu threshold to segment and generate a binary image.
this works quite well for my application but can anyone explain to me what the algorithm is doing exactly?
I understand that the algorithm generates a local mean filtered image by iterating over each pixel for user window size but what is line:
this subtracts the original image and a constant, C, from the local mean filtered image. What is C and why do this?
What is C exactly?
Great code, but not applicable to my type of images. I'm trying to make the threshold automated since I have a hundred thousands of this kind. I appreciate any suggestions.
I did apply this algorithm on my images but it didn't work out completely. There is a research paper by Q.Huang et.al. which speaks about Otsu's thresholding using adaptive window. I would like to know if somebody has implemented that.
Had anyone here used this code for processing trabecular micro CT images? Appreciate your feedback on the outcome. Thanks.
Very simple and effective, thanks!
Easy to read and use. Thank you.
what is that window size?
is it possible to detect laser traces on an object using this algorithm?
How about sharing it, then?
it can detect the letters even where its very dark (see the lines in the end) line 8 etc
I have written a code without using any std functions like imfilter etc, its purely based on fundamentals.
CHECK OUT THE OUTPUT IMAGES
Nice code, but not applicable in extreme situations.
it's very very simple thanks
Simple and Fast, thanks
thank you very much.
it is a perfect program.
works great man!!
really good code
The 2 lines near the end should be changed from:
This change allows C to be +ve and negative. In the old code bw=im2bw(sIM,C) causes error when C is -ve.
it didnt work!!
Error using ==> mat2gray
A must be double
Pretty cool results with flexible options.
Thanks, Alan Zhang! I follow your advice.
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