Baddeley''smetric, Advanced Statistics

Baddeley'smetric: A manner of measuring the 'error' in the image processing technique or method. The metric is derived using the fundamental theory from the stochastic geometry and has the correct topological properties for the practical use but is robust against the 'noise'. Additionally to the image processing the metric has proved to be useful in the analysis of the spatial data and weather prediction. 

 

 

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