[SciPy-user] 2D and 3D moments of an image (Hu, Zernike, ...)
Wed Feb 6 00:41:56 CST 2008
2008/2/5, Karl Young <Karl.Young@ucsf.edu>:
> There's a very abstract definition of the usage in: Young K, Schuff N.
> Measuring structural complexity in brain images. Neuroimage Vol 39/4 pp
> 1721-1730 (2008) (if you can't get a copy let me know I can send you a
> pdf). To implement the special case re. the example in that paper I've
> got some kludgy code that essentially generates the cooccurence matrix
> for contiguous linear blocks of arbitrary length in dimensions up to 4.
> But many parts of that code are unnecessarily specific to linear blocks
> (as usual I was in too much of a hurry to generate results !). I'd love
> to see a more community based effort at producing something more general
> (and efficient, robust,...). But if this is something only I'm
> interested in I'm happy to just hack something that works and not
> clutter up another package with overly general (and kludgy) code. I just
> thought there might be some texture analysis types who might be
> interested in something like that. Thanks for the response; let me know
> if you have any interest, otherwise no worries.
I think I'm not the only one interested in what you have done, even if it is
a special case (with some refactoring, it could be extended and besides, I'm
in a hurry for results as well :)). I can get the article and will read it
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