FILTER OF CONVOLUTIONS FOR LUMINANCE AND CONTRAST

In this article considers the problem of calculating the stability of sloping structures. The results of these calculations required for the design of measures to prevent landslides and further work in this area. Most accurate results require the data set is not associated sensors. Their classification and treatment is the main purpose of this software.
The issues associated with calculus and reliability of convolutions are time-consuming and involve large bulk of data produced by practical work with equipment and from modeling, including 3D modeling of mechanical trajectories of three-dimensional bodies and solving of problems on intersection of three-dimensional bodies, with accent lighting and selection of a body of intersection, and their additional attributes and characteristics. Also, it is required to use convolutions, i.e. to analyze their applicability within the software component of the equipment designed or in the process of laboratory validation of finished algorithms. Mathematical convolutions related with a function of frequency in the form of, e.g., Hilbert transformation (3.20, [12]), are labor-intensive in the form of integrals, which are better to be processed analytically, considering physical formulas and their values, but are integrated numerically due to dualism, shown below, which requires simplifying the formulas for direct and inverse convolution.

Keywords

Convolution, luminance, contrast, functioning probability, Planck formula.

Issue number: 11
Year: 2016
ISBN:
UDK: 621.38
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Authors: Voloshinovskiy K. I.

About authors: Voloshinovskiy K.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor, e-mail: gas7dev@gmail.com, Mining Institute, National University of Science and Technology «MISiS», 119049, Moscow, Russia.

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