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Oct
22
revised How Can I superpose an image and a graphics?
added 120 characters in body
Oct
22
answered How Can I superpose an image and a graphics?
Oct
8
comment Does anyone have experience with performing symbolic regression using Mathematica?
you can check the thesis of Hussein Suleman Genetic Programming in Mathematica. The codes are available for symbolic regression, too. See, husseinsspace.com/research/publications/gpinmath.pdf
Oct
5
comment Ellipse counting from image
Anytime I read you answers, I learn something new. Nice answer ...
Sep
30
answered Image segmentation and object separation in 3D using Mathematica
Sep
28
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
26
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
26
comment How can I define a Listable function only apply to a vector?
I have the search problem for long time, too :)) Do you think we should move meta.mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/1086/… question to the main site...
Sep
9
comment Print indexed (by subscript) variable name systematically
You may benefit from this answer which adds automatically symbolic elements with subscript. mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/22376/…
Sep
9
comment WaveletScalogram in polar coordinates
In Mathematica wavelets data is stored at ContinuousWaveletData or DiscreteWaveletData. You can check the doc. You can try InverseContinuousWaveletTransform[cwd] // ListPolarPlot to polar plot the resulted wavelet. the Properties of the data are "DataChannels", "DataDimensions", "DataMean", "DataWrapper", "LinearScalogramFunction", "ListPlot", "LogScalogramFunction", "Octaves", "Properties", "SampleRate", "Scales", "Voices", "Wavelet", "WaveletIndex", "WaveletScale". If you see the properties there is no polar plot by default.
Sep
4
comment Fibonacci Sequence Generator
@Mr.Wizard Anytime educative suggestions are welcome. Time to practice alternative coding :) Thank you.
Sep
3
comment Fibonacci Sequence Generator
you may try Table[Fibonacci[n], {n, 15}] see the doc reference.wolfram.com/mathematica/ref/Fibonacci.html
Aug
21
comment Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
@SimonWoods,I have a Question. Not that I know very well. If I look dat = ImageData@bse2; dat1 = ImageData@img; EuclideanDistance[dat, dat1] I get 2.50524 and only dat2 = ColorQuantize[img, 10, Dithering -> False]; EuclideanDistance[dat, ImageData@dat2] I get 2.35325. So, If the value is bigger does that mean you lose more information? Or how can we measure any ideas. Just out of my curiosity.
Aug
21
revised Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
Added clustering quantized color to identify components
Aug
21
comment Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
Yes. The question is now clearer. Good luck with it.
Aug
21
comment Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
you may also interested in this answer about dominant colors as an alternative. mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/24898/…
Aug
21
revised Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
minor change
Aug
21
comment Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
Ok. By the way you can adjust the component numbers and get those... You can also try MeanShiftFilter...
Aug
21
answered Detecting and correcting gradational brightness variations in a grayscale image
Aug
19
comment Metric Parameters such as Pratt Figure of Merit (Pratt-FOM) for Edge Detection
See the formulas following 1) homepages.inf.ed.ac.uk/rbf/CVonline/LOCAL_COPIES/OWENS/LECT6/… 2) matmidia.mat.puc-rio.br/sibgrapi2009/media/posters/59906.pdf