24.Fuzzy Systems by John G. Webster (Editor)

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Let us denote the average, maximum, and minimum values by Avg, Max, and Min, respectively. Now define the following parameters. A π-type membership function (Fig. 5 and µ(B) = 1. 5. Such a µxy , therefore, characterizes a fuzzy set “pixel intensity close 3 to its average value,” averaged over Nx,y . , they are within the same region), such a transformation will make all µxy = 1 or close to 1. In other words, if no edge exists, pixel values will be close to each other and the µ values will be close to one (1); thus resulting in a low value of H 1 .

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