1 February 1986 Statistical Image Processing With A Hybrid Flying Window Scanning System
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Optical Engineering, 25(2), 252296 (1986). doi:10.1117/12.7973819
The local statistics of an image are needed, for example, to transform the input into stationary data for which many standard enhancement/coding algorithms are optimized, as well as to implement locally adaptive processing techniques. We discuss a system that uses a flying window scanner to extract the second-order parameters (local mean, variance, and correlation length) in real time and show how these parameters can be used to transform an input into block stationary data. The same scanning system is also applied to the measurement of a variety of histograms in a single frame scan.
Guy Indebetouw, "Statistical Image Processing With A Hybrid Flying Window Scanning System," Optical Engineering 25(2), 252296 (1 February 1986). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7973819


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