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27 Nov 2012 Screenshot Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz image processing, focus measure, autofocus, camera focus 95 6
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17 Nov 2009 Lucas & Kanade Pyramidal Refined Optical Flow implementation This file implements the well-known LK algorithm, with regularization and subpixelic computation. Author: Julien Marzat

Sorry, the function 'impyramid' is not provided and thus, I could not test the code.
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24 Jul 2014 Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz George Aprilis

Very helpful, allows you to try quickly many different methods and see what suits your case.
There is for sure a small bug in SFIL case, between 270 and 315 degrees, R(:,:,7) appears twice instead of R(:,:,7) and R(:,:,8)

22 Jul 2014 Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz Rishabh Battulwar

10 Jul 2014 Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz MTJ1990

26 Jan 2014 Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz Engin

It seems like some of the metrics (options) needs Wavelet Toolbox (if there is something like this?), because a lot of functions for WAVS, WAVV and WAVR are missing.

Moreover, it is not exactly clear if an image should be of type uint8 or double or what - however results of some metrics depends on datatype of image.

29 Jul 2013 Focus Measure A function to measure the relative degree of focus of an image. Author: Said Pertuz Karthik MSwamy

Quite a useful tool to measure various focus measures.

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