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subpixel

One part of a color pixel. Three subpixels (one red, one green and one blue) make up one pixel. See pixel, ppi and LCD subpixels.
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Automatic and Precise Orthorectification, Coregistration, and Subpixel Correlation of Satellite Images, Application to Ground Deformation Measurements.
These subpixels, however, are able to do more than just illuminate the whole display; they can illuminate individual pixels, resulting in better visuals and graphics.
(2) For each pixel-level edge point, the Zernike moment is used to detect the subpixel edge point (x', y').
Caption: Figure 2: The vertical view images of subpixel color filter in dark state.
Next, the estimation is refined by using a subpixel resolution algorithm in the grayscale image.
They are then refined to approach the subpixel accuracy.
Therefore, spatial histological segmentation approaches based on iron status combined with macrophage polarization measurements in these regions allow for the further characterization of subpixel phenotypes of the iron-laden macrophage giving rise to the contrast measured by MRI.
DIC is an optical-numerical full-field displacement measuring technique with subpixel accuracy.
A high-speed camera captures the reflected laser line in subpixel images, as shown in Figure 1.
In the permutation stage, the positions of subpixel in each color channel of the plain-image are scrambled across the entire color space using a pixelswapping strategy under the control of a keystream sequence generated from the hyperchaotic Lu system.
First improvement would be introduction of a subpixel detection algorithm of projectile trajectory from camera image [24].
Note that we use the parabola fit here not to obtain subpixel disparities, but rather to reconstruct the minimum DSI value, i.e., the actual smallest matching cost in the vicinity of the sampled value.