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NAME

       ('mia\-2dsegment\-local\-kmeans',) - Run a k-means segmentation of a 2D image.

SYNOPSIS

       mia-2dsegment-local-kmeans -i <in-file> [options]

DESCRIPTION

       mia-2dsegment-local-kmeans  This program runs the segmentation of a 2D image by applying a
       localized k-means approach that helps to overcome intensity inhomogeneities in the  image.
       The  approach  evaluates  a  global  k-means clustering, and then separates the image into
       overlapping regions where more k-means iterations  are  run  only  including  the  locally
       present  classes,  i.e.  the  classes  that  relatively  contain  more pixels than a given
       threshold.

OPTIONS

   File-IO
              -i --in-file=(input, required); io
                     image to be segmented
                      For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io

              -o --out-file=(output); io
                     class label image based on merging local labels
                      For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io

              -O --out-file2=(output); io
                     class label image based on  classifying  by  using  the  interpolated  class
                     centers
                      For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io

              -D --debug-centers=(output); io
                     Save the class center images to a debug file (type is double)
                      For supported file types see PLUGINS:2dimage/io

   Help & Info
              -V --verbose=warning
                     verbosity  of  output,  print messages of given level and higher priorities.
                     Supported priorities starting at lowest level are:

                        info ‐ Low level messages
                        trace ‐ Function call trace
                        fail ‐ Report test failures
                        warning ‐ Warnings
                        error ‐ Report errors
                        debug ‐ Debug output
                        message ‐ Normal messages
                        fatal ‐ Report only fatal errors

                 --copyright
                     print copyright information

              -h --help
                     print this help

              -? --usage
                     print a short help

                 --version
                     print the version number and exit

   Parameters
              -g --grid-spacing=20; int in [3, inf)
                     Spacing of the grid used to modulate the intensity inhomogeneities

              -n --nclasses=3; uint in [2, 127]
                     Number of intensity classes to segment

              -t --relative-cluster-threshold=0.0001; double in [0, 1)
                     Number of intensity classes to segment

   Processing
                 --threads=-1
                     Maxiumum number of threads to use for processing,This number should be lower
                     or  equal  to  the  number  of  logical processor cores in the machine. (-1:
                     automatic estimation).

PLUGINS: 2dimage/io

       bmp       BMP 2D-image input/output support. The plug-in supports reading and  writing  of
                 binary  images  and  8-bit  gray scale images. read-only support is provided for
                 4-bit gray scale images. The color table is ignored and  the  pixel  values  are
                 taken as literal gray scale values.

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.BMP, .bmp')

                     Supported element types:
                       binary data, unsigned 8 bit

       datapool  Virtual IO to and from the internal data pool

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.@')

       dicom     2D image io for DICOM

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.DCM, .dcm')

                     Supported element types:
                       signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit

       exr       a 2dimage io plugin for OpenEXR images

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.EXR, .exr')

                     Supported element types:
                       unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit

       jpg       a 2dimage io plugin for jpeg gray scale images

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.JPEG, .JPG, .jpeg, .jpg')

                     Supported element types:
                       unsigned 8 bit

       png       a 2dimage io plugin for png images

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.PNG, .png')

                     Supported element types:
                       binary data, unsigned 8 bit, unsigned 16 bit

       raw       RAW 2D-image output support

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.RAW, .raw')

                     Supported element types:
                       binary data, signed 8 bit, unsigned 8 bit, signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit,
                       signed 32 bit, unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit, floating  point  64
                       bit

       tif       TIFF 2D-image input/output support

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.TIF, .TIFF, .tif, .tiff')

                     Supported element types:
                       binary data, unsigned 8 bit, unsigned 16 bit, unsigned 32 bit

       vista     a 2dimage io plugin for vista images

                     ('Recognized file extensions: ', '.-, .V, .VISTA, .v, .vista')

                     Supported element types:
                       binary data, signed 8 bit, unsigned 8 bit, signed 16 bit, unsigned 16 bit,
                       signed 32 bit, unsigned 32 bit, floating point 32 bit, floating  point  64
                       bit

EXAMPLE

       Run  the  segmentation  on  image test.png using three classes, local regions of 40 pixels
       (grid width 20 pixels), and a class ignore threshold of 0.01.

       mia-2dsegment-local-kmeans -i test.png -o label.png -n 3 -g 20 -t 0.01

AUTHOR(s)

       Gert Wollny

COPYRIGHT

       This software is Copyright (c) 1999‐2015 Leipzig, Germany and  Madrid,  Spain.   It  comes
       with   ABSOLUTELY   NO  WARRANTY  and  you  may redistribute it under the terms of the GNU
       GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (or later). For more information run the program with the
       option '--copyright'.