Intensity Normalization

Images from the KESM do not have consistent intensity levels. This prevents us to have a clear 3D image by stacking images in a row. Background in an image should have a similar intensity level throughout images.

One is an original 3D image. The other one  is processed 3D  image.

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About Jaerock

Assistant Professor of Computer Engineering Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering Kettering University

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