Canny Edge Detection - Automatic/Adaptive Thresholding
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I have read in the docs for the 'edge' function that when a low and high threshold are not defined when calling the 'canny' edge operator, MATLAB automatically determines the best values for the given image. The threshold values can be obtained by specifying outputs to the argument. But can anyone explain (simply, if possible) how MATLAB calculates these threshold values, and whether the process can be slightly adjusted to bias toward only the stronger edges being identified?
I know the doc files hint at how this is done, but I don't quite understand it...
Sean de Wolski el 29 de Feb. de 2012
You could place a break point in the subfunction parse_inputs() of edge().
Scroll down and place breakpoint and follow the variable Thresh.
Aaditya Kalsi el 28 de Mzo. de 2012
It means that out of the detected edge values, 70% of the pixels will not be considered edges. Values higher than the 70th percentile among the values in the Edge image will be considered as edges.
That's what it seems like to me!
David Young el 28 de Mzo. de 2012
The documentation ought to be explicit about points like this! I think you could reasonably put in an enhancement request.
When I use Canny, I often call the function twice. The first time I capture the second result (and discard the edge image), and then I multiply the returned threshold by a constant to slightly increase or decrease it to get the threshold argument for the second call. Not very efficient, but it does allow reasonable control of edge density.