to the plugins folder, or subfolder, restart ImageJ,
and there will be a new “Calculate 3D Noise” command in the Plugins menu,
This ImageJ plugin calculates the 3D-noise from a sequence
of images. 3D noise is a technique for describing the noise in
a video that tries to break down the analysis into various
components which helps to determine where the noise comes
from. For example, flicker noise (the t-component) is when
the average brightness of the image jumps around. Or rain
noise (the th-component) is like what was used in the Matrix
movies. Various ratios (say, vh/tvh) are general indicators
of the niceness of a video system.
The 3D-noise algorithm follows that developed by
the Night Vision Lab (or Night Vision Electronic
Sensor Directorate) at Fort Belvoir, VA.
See: "Infrared Focal Plane Noise Parameter Definitions"
by J. G. Zeibel & R.T. Littleton at NVESD, October 2003
1) Open an image sequence or video file and selects an ROI.
2) Run this plug-in
3) Verify the ROI.
4) Input a Signal Transfer function (SiTF).
This plugin was developed to analyze the 3D-noise
of infrared images. Thus, the SiTF has units to
convert image signal to degrees-Centigrade.
Output in Results window includes:
a) Eight 3D-noise components and the temporal noise.
If an SiTF is entered, the units are milli-Kelvin.
b) The SiTF (if used)
c) The mean image signal within the ROI
d) Size of the "Data Cube": height, width, # frames
Authors: Jeffrey Kuhn (firstname.lastname@example.org) The University of Texas at Austin Anthony Padua (email@example.com) Duke University Medical Center, Department of Radiology History: 2000/08/22: First version 2002/10/31:
Author: Markus Hasselblatt (MHasselblatt@zyomyx.com) Date: 1999/11/16 Requirements: ImageJ 1.10 or later Limitations: Only works with 8-bit images Source: Auto_Corr.java Installation: Copy Auto_Corr.class to the plugins
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Author: Wayne Rasband (firstname.lastname@example.org) History: 2000/11/28: First version 2003/01/28: Uses the image or selection min and max; works correctly with signed images Source: SixteenBit_Histogram.java Installation: