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May 20, 2018

Chapter 6. Histogram

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Edited: Sep 23, 2018

0. video information

6-1) https://youtu.be/xrVNc1Svkx4

6-2) https://youtu.be/j9bkYpUdv5g

6-3) https://youtu.be/nYjl27rwl50

6-4) https://youtu.be/ELbNXVjpBAQ

6-5) https://youtu.be/k_oYacxDb4c

6-6) https://youtu.be/K2TpZI2lPdc

 

 

1. Histogram introduction

 

source code

#bin, #hog, #bow

 

 

2. Histogram make & draw

 

 

Source code

Reference

#Calchist, #normalize, #grayhistogram, #rgbhistogram

 

 

3. Hue(hsv) histogram

 

Source code

Reference

#cvConvert, #hsv, #hue, #saturation, #value, #hsi

 

 

4. 2D histogram

 

source code

#minmaxLoc, #2dhistogram

 

 

5. Stretching

 

 

source code

#stretching, #normailize

 

 

6. Equalization

 

Source code

#equalizeHisto

 

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