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a function with the simplest form to calculate the mutual information

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Here is a function with the simplest form to calculate the mutual information between two images.

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MI is a good approach to align two images from different sensor. Here is a function with the simplest form to calculate the mutual information between two images.
the function f=cal_mi(I1,I2) is in the test_mi.m file.
your comment or suggestion will be much appreciated.

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03 May 2016 Jorge

Jorge (view profile)

Hi HU xb,
thank you for the code. Is all I needed for understand the Mutual Information.

I think you are using the im2 twice in the input of the cal_mi function. In the line 11 the code is:
p3 = im2(h/2-50:h/2+50,t+w/2-50:t+w/2+50); % a patch around the middle of im3

instead of:
p3 = im3(h/2-50:h/2+50,t+w/2-50:t+w/2+50); % a patch around the middle of im3

13 Mar 2016 Eyal David

Hi,

I think that there is a little mistake at the end of that function.
f = -(Hx+Hy)/h_xy; % Mutual information

I think it should be
f = -(Hx+Hy) + h_xy; % Mutual information

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08 Aug 2014 Soum

Soum (view profile)

Hi;
Thank you HU xb very much for your code ,I have a problem my images are grayscale 32 bits '.tif' I got this error when I used your code:

Undefined function 'cal_mi' for input arguments of type 'single'.

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