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Summary

The grey level co-occurrence matrix is a measure of the texture of an image. It describes how often different combinations of pixel brightness values occur in an image. Based on this, several textural attributes can be calculated. We apply a workflow for full 3D GLCM calculation to synthetic data and a real data example from the Vienna Basin. The aim of this work is to test the GLCM attributes on their applicability for anisotropy detection. For this purpose we calculate the GLCM attributes in single space directions and compare the results of these calculations to each other.

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2014-06-16
2020-05-29
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