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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: The recognition scheme that avoids double counting. (a) The stain recognition is applied to the image block to the left to recognize the stains. The center locations of the stains (marked by dot points) are used to determine whether a recognized stain should be counted (annotated by yellow) or ignored (annotated by red). (b) The stain recognition is applied to the image block to the right, showing how double counting is avoided. The counted stains (annotated by yellow) have center points located inside the tessellation line

Figure 2: The recognition scheme that avoids double counting. (a) The stain recognition is applied to the image block to the left to recognize the stains. The center locations of the stains (marked by dot points) are used to determine whether a recognized stain should be counted (annotated by yellow) or ignored (annotated by red). (b) The stain recognition is applied to the image block to the right, showing how double counting is avoided. The counted stains (annotated by yellow) have center points located inside the tessellation line