Difference between the option 'log' and 'zerocross' of function edge?

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Nina
Nina 2014 年 9 月 29 日
コメント済み: Sarah Agnalt 2016 年 8 月 11 日
Hi,
I use the Matlab function edge and I want to know the differences between the option 'log' and 'zerocross' when I use for 'zerocross' the default filter? (BW=edge(I,'log'); BW=edge(I,'zerocross');)
I think the default filter of the option 'zerocross' is 'log'. Are the results the same or are there differences in the calculation of the edges?
Thanks!

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Anand
Anand 2014 年 9 月 29 日
The 'log' method is a specific type of zero-crossing edge detector, where the image is filtered with the Laplacian of Gaussian filter obtained as follows:
>> fspecial('log')
ans =
0.0448 0.0468 0.0564 0.0468 0.0448
0.0468 0.3167 0.7146 0.3167 0.0468
0.0564 0.7146 -4.9048 0.7146 0.0564
0.0468 0.3167 0.7146 0.3167 0.0468
0.0448 0.0468 0.0564 0.0468 0.0448
The syntax for 'zerocross' from the documentation of edge is as follows:
BW = edge(I,'zerocross',THRESH,H)
If you do not provide a zero crossing filter kernel H, the Laplacian of Gaussian kernel is used by default. This is why 'zerocross' and 'log' methods will give the same result if you do not specify a filter kernel.
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Sarah Agnalt
Sarah Agnalt 2016 年 8 月 11 日
What zero crossing filters H are there? Like what other inputs can I use in a zerocross edge detection?

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