A psychophysical comparison of two methods for adaptive histogram equalization

@article{Zimmerman1989APC,
  title={A psychophysical comparison of two methods for adaptive histogram equalization},
  author={John F Zimmerman and Steve B. Cousins and Karin M. Hartzell and Mark E. Frisse and Michael G. Kahn},
  journal={Journal of Digital Imaging},
  year={1989},
  volume={2},
  pages={82-91}
}
Adaptive histogram equalization (AHE) is a method for adaptive contrast enhancement of digital images. It is an automatic, reproducible method for the simultaneous viewing of contrast within a digital image with a large dynamic range. Recent experiments have shown that in specific cases, there is no significant difference in the ability of AHE and linear intensity windowing to display gray-scale contrast. More recently, a variant of AHE which limits the allowed contrast enhancement of the image… CONTINUE READING
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