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Results for: Image Processing

End of Year Suggestion: Steve on Counting

Posted by Loren Shure,

I just read the latest post on Steve Eddins image processing blog. I recommend you read it too. It discusses how to count objects in an image without introducing bias. It would be easy to count all the blobs you see, including partial ones cut by the border. But that would be an overestimate. So how do we get a better estimate?... read more >>

Tracking a Hurricane using Web Map Service (WMS)

Posted by Loren Shure,

Tracking a Hurricane using Web Map Service (WMS)  Guest blogger, Kelly Luetkemeyer, who is a Mapping Toolbox software developer at The MathWorks, returns with another article about using and analyzing data obtained from a Web Map Service (WMS) server. ... read more >>

Visualizing the Gulf of Mexico Oil Slick Using Web Map Service (WMS) 7

Posted by Loren Shure,

Visualizing the Gulf of Mexico Oil Slick Using Web Map Service (WMS)  Today I'd like to introduce a guest blogger, Kelly Luetkemeyer, who is a Mapping Toolbox software developer at The MathWorks. Kelly was the lead developer on the project to incorporate Web Map Service... read more >>

A-Mazing Way to Learn Some Image Processing 3

Posted by Loren Shure,

A-Mazing Way to Learn Some Image Processing  I recently noticed this new submission on the File Exchange by none other than one of the prolific newsgroup contributors, Image Analyst. Being a fan of puzzles myself, I was delighted to see the use of image processing to solve... read more >>

Double or Nothing? No Joking! 16

Posted by Loren Shure,

Double or Nothing? No Joking!  Note the date, folks. I am using this excuse to be a bit light-hearted today. I saw the following quote on someone's door here at MathWorks. ... read more >>

Mathematical Recreations: Tweetable Game Of Life 10

Posted by Loren Shure,

Mathematical Recreations: Tweetable Game Of Life  Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, Matt, who is consultant over in The MathWorks UK. Some of you may have come across his customer projects and series of demos on using... read more >>

Fourier Transforms!

Posted by Loren Shure,

Fourier Transforms!  Fourier Transforms! I wanted to point out to all of you interested in Fourier transforms that Steve is in the midst of posting a collection of wisdom on this topic. Discussions talk about nomenclature, discrete vs. continuous transforms, normalization, and more. ... read more >>

Carving a Dinosaur 36

Posted by Loren Shure,

Carving a Dinosaur  Today I’d like to introduce a guest blogger, Ben, who is consultant over in The MathWorks UK. Some of you may have come across his customer projects and demos on image processing. He’s... read more >>

Technique for Visual Image Comparison 6

Posted by Loren Shure,

Technique for Visual Image Comparison  Recently Steve wrote an interesting post entitled Image Overlay Transparency that I found quite interesting. Contents ... read more >>

Four Color Images 12

Posted by Loren Shure,

Four Color Images  I recently attended a show at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Boston featuring work by Shepard Fairey. It got me thinking how simple it can be in MATLAB to make a 4-color image and adjust it however you like. ... read more >>

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