Tuning CLD Maps

03/30/2010 ∙ by Roberto Marazzato, et al. ∙ 0

The Coherence Length Diagram and the related maps have been shown to represent a useful tool for image analysis. Setting threshold parameters is one of the most important issues when dealing with such applications, as they affect both the computability, which is outlined by the support map, and the appearance of the coherence length diagram itself and of defect maps. A coupled optimization analysis, returning a range for the basic (saturation) threshold, and a histogram based method, yielding suitable values for a desired map appearance, are proposed for an effective control of the analysis process.

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