image matrix

image matrix

an arrangement of columns or rows of cells, or pixels, forming a digital image.
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However, the majority of the approaches convert the 2D image matrix to 1D vector and this transformation has limited the improvement of PCA [10-12].
The 3D images are created using direct write digital holograms and image matrix and/or dot-matrix to produce deep 3D images with optical security features.
Each image matrix is stored as a column according to the line, and the column vectors of all the training samples will be stored as Matrix A.
The main object of the analysis is the matrix G which elements reflect the smallest difference of the corresponding block of the image matrix from any other incoincident with him.
Herein, M is the number of lines of the original image matrix, and N is the number of the original image matrix columns.
The system is fit for screening patients with different breast sizes since the system has a 23 by 30 cm image matrix.
The graph whose adjacency matrix is the image matrix is called image graph.
This resultant image matrix would act as the initial input to the recomposition process.
The standard imaging protocol included T1 and T2 weighted sagittal images (Slice thickness 4 mm, FOV 350x350mm, Image Matrix 672x896), T2 weighted axial images (Slice thickness 4mm, FOV 230x 230mm, Image Matrix 314x448).
Considering the image matrix A, which is an M x N matrix of data, it is possible to obtain its singular values and singular vectors according to:
In Radon and Fan-beam the number of elements of the image matrix are increased as compared to Bit-mapping due to projection method, while in Bitmapping size of the matrix remains same as the image.
Additionally, end users can choose to utilize the HIGHlite 660's onboard tiling function by assigning each projector a position within an image matrix.