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- If we define a matrix A with J rows and N columns, where the jth row is aj = p(x|1)(1 -^j)2, p(x|2)(2 -^j)2, . . . , p(x|N)(N -^j)2, (3)
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- It is normal in any area of science that when a new specimen is acquired, it is examined carefully before any measurements are taken. The same approach is applied to digital images. If lots of
- Adams, R. (1993). Radial decomposition of discs and spheres. CVGIP: Graphical Models and Image Processing, 55, 325-332.
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