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5 1 otherwise (35) As the key of the proposed method is the comparison of fuzzy correlations, we have to normalize those measures, which is done by computing a normalizing factor α according to the following relation: α= CA (xmin : x p ) CB (xq : xmax ) (36) To obtain the segmented version of the gray-level histogram, we add to each of the subsets A and B a gray-level xi picked up from the fuzzy region and form two fuzzy subsets A and B that are associated with the histogram intervals [xmin , xi ] and [xi , xmax ], where x p < xi < xq .
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