Compute the periodic part of an image, using the periodic/smooth decomposition of Moisan (2009)

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Description

Moisan (2009) defines an additive image decomposition im = periodic + smooth where the periodic part shouldn't be too far from the original image. The periodic part can be used in frequency-domain analyses, to reduce the artifacts induced by non-periodicity.

Usage

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Arguments

im

an image

Value

an image

Author(s)

Simon Barthelme

References

L. Moisan, Periodic plus Smooth Image Decomposition,J. Math. Imaging Vision, vol. 39:2, pp. 161-179, 2011

Examples

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im <- load.example("parrots") %>% subim(x <= 512)
layout(t(1:3))
plot(im,main="Original image")
periodic.part(im) %>% plot(main="Periodic part")
#The smooth error is the difference between
#the original image and its periodic part
(im-periodic.part(im)) %>% plot(main="Smooth part")

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