By Khin Wee Lai, Yan Chai Hum, Maheza Irna Mohamad Salim, Sang-Bing Ong, Nugraha Priya Utama, Yin Mon Myint, Norliza Mohd Noor, Eko Supriyanto
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As mentioned in previous chapter, one of the natures of X-ray hand bone radiograph is its uneven illumination throughout the image as well as its overlapping range of intensity distribution among soft tissue region, trabecular bone, and cortical bone due to the nature of hand bone and uneven background illumination as well. The reasons for the inferior quality of segmented hand bone by thresholding can be summarized as follows: 1. Assumption that the whole targeted object (which is the hand bone in our case without soft tissue region) contains similar intensity range.
Basically, there are three categories of thresholding: global thresholding, local thresholding, and dynamic thresholding (Bernsen 1986). Undoubtedly, the simplest method in thresholding techniques to segment an image is through single global thresholding: this technique based on the concept that if object in the image and other object or background are mutually exclusive in terms of intensity range, then it could be separated in different partition using a single or multiple values of pixels intensity (Lee et al.
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Advances in Medical Diagnostic Technology by Khin Wee Lai, Yan Chai Hum, Maheza Irna Mohamad Salim, Sang-Bing Ong, Nugraha Priya Utama, Yin Mon Myint, Norliza Mohd Noor, Eko Supriyanto