A Hybrid Illumination Refinement Technique Based on Double Niblack Thresholds

@article{Wang2015AHI,
  title={A Hybrid Illumination Refinement Technique Based on Double Niblack Thresholds},
  author={Yi-Hua Wang and Jung-San Lee and Bo Li},
  journal={International Journal of Future Computer and Communication},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={426-430}
}

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