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From: "Rami AbouSleiman" <rdabousl@oakland.edu>
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Subject: Re: SNR and imnosie
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2009 16:09:01 +0000 (UTC)
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Image analyst,

I was using SNR as mean(input)/sqrt(sigma)
thats the definition from binging or googling the snr, but mean(input)/mean(input-noisyimage) makes more sense. Thanks

BTW you don't need ./ since they are the same size.




"Oliver Woodford" <o.j.woodford.98@cantab.net> wrote in message <h2i41f$p0j$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> "Sadik " wrote:
> > Hey, I don't see any "humour" here. 
> 
> I made the "homourous" comment. It was subtle...