grayscale

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Related to Gray level: Grey scale

gray·scale

 (grā′skāl′)
n.
1. A series of shades ranging from pure white to pure black, used in displaying monochromatic images.
2. An image displayed using such a series of shades.

grayscale

(ˈɡreɪˌskeɪl)
adj
(Computer Science) same as greyscale
Translations

grayscale

n (US) (Comput) → Graustufen pl
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Histogram is an image enhancement technique which normalizes gray level in the image.
Significant differences were also observed in various morphological traits of the ligulate flowers (petals) -mean blue, red, green and gray level-and the stems-mean blue, red, and green, gray level, and brown:green area ratio.
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This results in a measure of the degree of the mutual dependence of the gray levels of two images, or, put differently, of the degree to which a given gray level of one image can predict gray levels in the other.
The values of a gray level image belongs to J [subset] M.