ITKNormalizeToConstantImage

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Group (Subgroup)

ITKImageProcessing (ITKImageProcessing)

Description

Scales image pixel intensities to make the sum of all pixels equal a user-defined constant.

The default value of the constant is 1. It can be changed with SetConstant() .

This transform is especially useful for normalizing a convolution kernel.

This code was contributed in the Insight Journal paper: "FFT based convolution" by Lehmann G. https://hdl.handle.net/10380/3154

\author Gaetan Lehmann. Biologie du Developpement et de la Reproduction, INRA de Jouy-en-Josas, France.

\see NormalizeImageFilter

\see StatisticsImageFilter

\see DivideImageFilter

\par Wiki Examples:

\li All Examples

\li Scale all pixels so that their sum is a specified constant

Parameters

Name Type Description
Constant double Set/get the normalization constant.

Required Geometry

Image

Required Objects

Kind Default Name Type Component Dimensions Description
Cell Attribute Array None N/A (1) Array containing input image

Created Objects

Kind Default Name Type Component Dimensions Description
Cell Attribute Array None typename itk::NumericTraits::RealType (1) Array containing filtered image

References

[1] T.S. Yoo, M. J. Ackerman, W. E. Lorensen, W. Schroeder, V. Chalana, S. Aylward, D. Metaxas, R. Whitaker. Engineering and Algorithm Design for an Image Processing API: A Technical Report on ITK - The Insight Toolkit. In Proc. of Medicine Meets Virtual Reality, J. Westwood, ed., IOS Press Amsterdam pp 586-592 (2002). [2] H. Johnson, M. McCormick, L. Ibanez. The ITK Software Guide: Design and Functionality. Fourth Edition. Published by Kitware Inc. 2015 ISBN: 9781-930934-28-3 [3] H. Johnson, M. McCormick, L. Ibanez. The ITK Software Guide: Introduction and Development Guidelines. Fourth Edition. Published by Kitware Inc. 2015 ISBN: 9781-930934-27-6

Example Pipelines

Please see the description file distributed with this plugin.

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