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On Wed, 27 Mar 2013 18:54:06 +0000, Tim  wrote:

> We are looking for an image processing algorithm (or multiple algs) to
> compare two images. We are generating image1 using several coherent
> noise functions. Our goal is to match image1 with a black and white
> photo image2 to calculate a single number representing how good the
> match is. Image2 might be of a photo of a gravel road, grass, roads,
> trees, dirt, snow, etc. The noise image1 will not be an exact match to
> image2 but it should be close enough to come up with a score.
> 
> Some candidate algorithms are comparing histogram equalization and
> pixel/pixel comparing but these algorithms are not good enough to
> generate a single voting scheme.

thanks for sharing.  good luck.