Re: Calculating Variance in real-time

From: Jörg Neulist (
Date: 06/27/04

Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2004 11:13:42 +0200

Michael Newberry wrote:
> With all due respect, what you are saying is not going to work. There is not
> assumed any correlation between one image and the next. Any pixel of an
> image has no relation with the corresponding pixel in any other image.

How do you know? Depends strongly on the image source, I'd guess. A
typical application would be the data from a fixed camera, to gain a
denoised image.


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