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How I can compare one pixel to a neighbor pixel and also another pixel?

Asked by Teemu on 14 Jan 2013

Also, how I can make a difference histogram of the comparison results? Or how I can make a difference histogram generally?

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Teemu

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Answer by Image Analyst on 14 Jan 2013
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How do you want to compare them? Do you want to subtract them? If so you can use conv2(). Do you want to know how many times one gray level occurs next to another gray level? If so you can use graycomatrix().

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Teemu on 13 Feb 2013

How I can do it without conv2 function? Can I do it with loop? So I like to subtract pixel gray level to it´s neighbour pixel gray level using loop. How can I do it?

Image Analyst on 13 Feb 2013

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Teemu on 13 Feb 2013

ok. If you know the answer could you help me?

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