The processing filter that should apply is the "blurring" (blurring).
The operator will need to use for each pixel is the following:
1/9 * [(1 1 1
1 1 1
1 1 1)]
In short, this filter combines each pixel with the surrounding of calculating the average of these data.
This filter often sought to apply (even N times) in the image.. read the txt file
Hello, I have good skills with MPI and can work on your project. Will need more details for it, since your txt file is not good for me. Thanks.
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Hi, the method you describes is the well-known and (sorry to say frankly)the most primary filter for blur. and the principle is to set the mean value of 9 points of each square 3X3. what's the matter .please feel free Plus
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