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Apr
27
revised Efficient way to perform local Otsu thresholding on image
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Apr
27
comment Efficient way to perform local Otsu thresholding on image
Thanks Silvia for this interesting approach. The problem with the CurvatureFlowFilter is that I also have objects in the image that are not circular. The structure of those gets distorted by the filter. As I said, I know about LocalAdaptiveBinarize, but local Otsu gives in many cases much better results (I tried this on images with ImageJ). That is why I am really looking for a implementation of it in Mathematica.
Apr
16
revised Efficient way to perform local Otsu thresholding on image
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Apr
15
revised Efficient way to perform local Otsu thresholding on image
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Apr
15
asked Efficient way to perform local Otsu thresholding on image
Nov
18
accepted Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Nov
18
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
I couldn't think of this straightforward solution, thanks :) However, I will report this memory leak as a bug to Wolfram support.
Nov
18
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
17
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Not yet. I still think that I might do something wrong.
Nov
17
revised Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
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Nov
10
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Thanks. Never heard of the function Share before. I added it but it doesn't seem to have an effect... unfortunately...
Nov
10
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Could be an interesting idea, thanks. Unfortunately, I don't have version 9 installed to try that with another version than 10. I tried the code using UndoOptions but it doesn't seem to have any effect. Memory is still leaking...
Nov
10
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
I applied it several times using Map and Table and the memory consumption raises in each iteration. If i would run it long enough it would certainly kill my computer (which it did already in the real program I use this line). So it never stops or returns the memory...
Nov
10
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
quite a bit of RAM available, yes. But at some point even 96 GB are gone ... ;)
Nov
10
revised Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
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Nov
10
comment Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Thanks for your fast reply. No doesn't have any effect. I will add it directly. It seems that the filter just soaks up my memory ;)
Nov
10
asked Why does this line increase the consumed memory?
Oct
15
comment How to combine TimeSeries of different dimensionality into TemporalData object?
Thanks for your update of the answer. That looks very promising!
Oct
15
accepted How to combine TimeSeries of different dimensionality into TemporalData object?
Oct
14
comment How to combine TimeSeries of different dimensionality into TemporalData object?
Thanks for your advice. I will try to do it with the workaround. Do you have an idea if it is possible to do interpolation of values in between but to avoid extrapolation?