Thresholding Methods
By Harsh Pradhan, July 01, 2007
This plugin implements a C++ version of few Thresholding Methods as an Image Apprentice plugin.

Thresholding is the simplest and most commonly used method of segmentation (division of an image into regions or categories which correspond to different objects). Given a single threshold, 't', the pixel located at (i,j) with greyscale value f(i,j) is allocated to category 1 if f(i,j) < t. Otherwise, the pixel is allocated to category 2.

This plugin for Image Apprentice implements 3 different thresholding techniques - Iso-Data, Otsu and Triangle Symmetry. 

About Author
Harsh Pradhan
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Delhi College of Engineering, New Delhi, India