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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Effect of staining variations to the RGB, and saturation and luminance color components of whole slide images.(a) RGB channel images of two whole slides, i.e. red, green, and blue channel images. The image in the upper row was scanned by the DX40 Dmetrix scanner and the image in the lower row was scanned by the NDP scanner. The varying colorimetric attributes of the scanned images may cause difficulty in specifying the effective color channel for fold detection/segmentation; (b) Saturation and luminance components of the RGB color image and the gray-level presentation of the difference between the saturation the luminance images where the dark areas correspond to areas in the original image in which the saturation of the pixel is less than its luminance

Figure 3: Effect of staining variations to the RGB, and saturation and luminance color components of whole slide images.(a) RGB channel images of two whole slides, i.e. red, green, and blue channel images. The image in the upper row was scanned by the DX40 Dmetrix scanner and the image in the lower row was scanned by the NDP scanner. The varying colorimetric attributes of the scanned images may cause difficulty in specifying the effective color channel for fold detection/segmentation; (b) Saturation and luminance components of the RGB color image and the gray-level presentation of the difference between the saturation the luminance images where the dark areas correspond to areas in the original image in which the saturation of the pixel is less than its luminance