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Adaptive image threshold using local first-order statistics

`T = adaptthresh(I)`

`T = adaptthresh(I,sensitivity)`

`T = adaptthresh(___,Name,Value)`

`T = adaptthresh(V,___,Name,Value)`

computes a
locally adaptive threshold that can be used with the `T`

= adaptthresh(`I`

)`imbinarize`

function to convert an intensity image to a binary image. The result,
`T`

, is a matrix the same size as `I`

containing normalized intensity values in the range `[0,1]`

.
`adaptthresh`

chooses the threshold based on the local mean
intensity (first-order statistics) in the neighborhood of each pixel.

computes a locally adaptive threshold with sensitivity factor specified by
`T`

= adaptthresh(`I`

,`sensitivity`

)`sensitivity`

. `sensitivity`

is a scalar
in the range `[0,1]`

that indicates sensitivity towards
thresholding more pixels as foreground.

computes
a locally adaptive threshold using name-value pairs to control aspects
of the thresholding.`T`

= adaptthresh(___,`Name,Value`

)

computes a locally adaptive threshold for the 3-D input volume
`T`

= adaptthresh(`V`

,___,`Name,Value`

)`V`

.

[1] Bradley, D., G. Roth,
"Adapting Thresholding Using the Integral Image," *Journal of Graphics
Tools*. Vol. 12, No. 2, 2007, pp.13-21.

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