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This operator produces a virtual variable which represents a GLCM texture image of a single beam echogram. This page allows you to select GLCM , gray level and texture feature settings. Specifies the window size for the GLCM texture feature. The window size defines the area of samples used for GCLM tabulations and texture calculations. Length of window pings. The length is restricted to an odd number in the range 3 to

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This operator produces a virtual variable which represents a GLCM texture image of a single beam echogram. This page allows you to select GLCM , gray level and texture feature settings. Specifies the window size for the GLCM texture feature. The window size defines the area of samples used for GCLM tabulations and texture calculations. Length of window pings. The length is restricted to an odd number in the range 3 to Height of the window samples. The height is restricted to an odd number in the range 3 to Specifies parameters so that sample intensity can be assigned to discrete gray levels for the calculation of the GCLM.

Each gray level represents a range of sample intensity values. The minimum sample intensity value. This defines the start of the minimum gray level. Sample intensities below the Minimum value are assigned to the minimum gray level. The maximum sample intensity value. This defines the end of the maximum gray level. Sample intensities above the Maximum value are assigned to the maximum gray level. Specifies the number of gray levels between the Minimum and Maximum values.

Restricted to a number in the range 2 to Defines the spatial relationship between the reference sample and the neighbor sample used in tabulations for the GLCM. Select the direction of the spatial relationship from the following list:.

Given an image composed of pixels each with an intensity a specific gray level , the GLCM is a tabulation of how often different combinations of gray levels co-occur in an image or image section. Texture feature calculations use the contents of the GLCM to give a measure of the variation in intensity a.

Echoview offers a GLCM Texture Feature operator that produces a virtual variable which represents a specified texture calculation on a single beam echogram. The virtual variable is created in the following way using the settings on the GLCM Texture page of the Variable properties dialog box identified in bold :. Note: This also approximates, but is not identical to, the mean of all the pixels in the data window W as defined by the GLCM algorithm , and it is dependent upon the choice of spatial relationship in that algorithm.

Note: This may approximate, but is not identical to, the variance of the intensities of all the pixels in the data window W as defined by the GLCM algorithm , and it is dependent upon the choice of spatial relationship in that algorithm. About virtual variables Operator licensing in Echoview. Echoview Help file Please report any errors or omissions to support echoview.

Window size. Minimum value. Maximum value. Number of levels. Spatial Relationship. Select the direction of the spatial relationship from the following list: Horizontal Vertical Diagonally up Diagonally down. Select the distance between the reference and neighbor sample samples. Energy feature. Entropy feature. Contrast feature. Homogeneity feature. Correlation feature. Shade feature. Prominence feature. Element i , j of the normalized symmetrical GLCM.

Number of gray levels in the image as specified by Number of levels in under Quantization on the GLCM texture page of the Variable Properties dialog box.

The Correlation feature.

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These functions can provide useful information about the texture of an image but cannot provide information about shape, i. Another statistical method that considers the spatial relationship of pixels is the gray-level co-occurrence matrix GLCM , also known as the gray-level spatial dependence matrix. The toolbox provides functions to create a GLCM and derive statistical measurements from it. The graycomatrix function creates a gray-level co-occurrence matrix GLCM by calculating how often a pixel with the intensity gray-level value i occurs in a specific spatial relationship to a pixel with the value j. By default, the spatial relationship is defined as the pixel of interest and the pixel to its immediate right horizontally adjacent , but you can specify other spatial relationships between the two pixels.

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Documentation Help Center. A statistical method of examining texture that considers the spatial relationship of pixels is the gray-level co-occurrence matrix GLCM , also known as the gray-level spatial dependence matrix. The GLCM functions characterize the texture of an image by calculating how often pairs of pixel with specific values and in a specified spatial relationship occur in an image, creating a GLCM, and then extracting statistical measures from this matrix. The texture filter functions, described in Calculate Statistical Measures of Texture cannot provide information about shape, that is, the spatial relationships of pixels in an image. After you create the GLCMs, using graycomatrix , you can derive several statistics from them using graycoprops.

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