image processing

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image processing

Any of the computer-aided improvements in a radiological image to highlight some of its features and/or improve its contrast or definition.
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Detail of the composite image released by EUMETSAY on Sept.
MultiColor scanning laser imaging uses cSLO technology to generate a colour composite image by using multiple laser wavelengths (infrared, green and blue) to scan the eye simultaneously.
Caption: This composite image shows the young planet (arrow) in a clearing in its star's disk (gray).
Above, a composite image of the blood red 'supermoon' in the skies above Gateshead taken by PA photographer Owen Humphreys
This system provides a set of images tiled to form a composite image. User should select an image that she wants to answer, by clicking near its center.
The most recent composite image released by NASA in 2012 uses data acquired by a sensor on the Suomi NPP satellite which detects light in a range of wavelengths from green to near-infrared [...] to observe dim signals such as city lights [...]'
But if you were to switch on only a few lights at a time, locate the centre of each glow and take a picture, and then repeat this process thousands of times for different lights, the composite image would resolve into a myriad of distinguishable dots, denoting the exact position of each individual light on the tree.
The animated GIF (and resulting composite image) displayed on the site is comprised of known Anonymous members, core LulzSec members, the PayPal 14, legendary hackers such as Gary McKinnon and Kevin Mitnick, in addition to several notable women hackers.
The developer accidentally flopped the negative of the bar and the sailors when the composite image was printed.
Are you viewing a base-reflectivity image or a composite image? (See Tim's article, "Radar Revealed" in June 2014.) Does the image you're seeing represent any weather at all at your altitude?