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Good color distance metric for classifying color pairs

I have some two tone origami paper. This particular paper comes in six types, each with a different pair of colors. Here's an image that shows all six: Given a picture of one of these sheets, I ...
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Comparing two signal outputs from two clients on a networked computer game to identify lag

Basically, I'm running a server and two clients of the Unreal Engine and trying to figure out if there is lag in player movement on one of the clients (the clients are different in way that's not ...
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understanding image error metrics, mean squared error

i am trying to understand the error metrics for images. i had no statistics class or anything and i'm having a bit of problem with even the simplest things. i have started reading this ...
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Distance-metric for SIFT descriptors matching

Will using Cosine-Similarity or Histogram Intersection as distance-metric, for matching SIFT descriptors, help to get better results? Anybody tried on that ever?
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Increasing Recall rate for SIFT

Is there a better way to increase Recall Rate when using SIFT features? I am thinking a way to replace the NN1/NN2 ratio to account for slightly distorted objects. Moving towards clustering and using ...
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What distance metric can I use for comparing image features in a nearest neighbour algorithm?

I use Nearest Neighbour function of Scikit learn module in python for training and compare an image set (https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B6zJ3_hrkW40U182SWNWX3o4dE0/edit?usp=sharing&pli=1) By ...
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What is a good distance measure for matching SIFT descriptors depending on the distribution of their noise?

I have read some papers about distance measures like Euclidean, Manhattan or Chi-Square for matching gradient based image descriptors like those computed from the SIFT Algorithm (128-D vectors). Most ...
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Combining Distance Maps

I have two distance maps that describe distances from blue segment and the red segment. I need to compute a single weight map that describes transition from blue segment to the red segment. The weight ...
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Measuring with OpenCV and OpenNI

I'm playing with the built in OpenNI access within OpenCV 2.4.0 and I'm trying to measure the distance between two points in the depth map. I've tried this so far: ...
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Good metric for qualitatively comparing image patches

I am trying to "match" little square patches in an image. At first glance, it seems reasonable to simply do a Euclidean distance style comparison of two of these arrays to get a "similarity" measure. ...
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Black box signal prediction

I have a stateful black box with four real-valued inputs and one real-valued output. My problem is to predict the output at each moment in time, given the sequence of inputs seen up to that point. ...
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Are there any good “conceptual distances” for comparing two images?

I want to define some distances to use over an image, which I create. I think I need to define two different "distances". The first distance should be the most robustness preserving in compare to ...
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What distance metric can I use for comparing images?

I usually use the mean squared error (MSE) or peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) to compare two images, but this isn't good enough. I need to find a formula that returns a very big distance between an ...