Commit 577f4c14 authored by Mickael Savinaud's avatar Mickael Savinaud

ENH: change variance to standard deviation for classification chain and some style corrections

parent aa09070f
......@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ int ImageSVMClassifier::Describe(ApplicationDescriptor* descriptor)
"in", 1, true, ApplicationDescriptor::InputImage);
descriptor->AddOption("InputImageMask", "A mask associated with the new image to classify",
"inm", 1, false, ApplicationDescriptor::InputImage);
descriptor->AddOption("ImageStatistics", "a XML file containing mean and variance of input images used to train svm model.",
descriptor->AddOption("ImageStatistics", "a XML file containing mean and standard deviation of input images used to train svm model.",
"is", 1, false, ApplicationDescriptor::FileName);
descriptor->AddOption("SVMmodel", "Estimated model previously computed",
"svm", 1, true, ApplicationDescriptor::FileName);
......@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ int ImageSVMClassifier::Execute(otb::ApplicationOptionsResult* parseResult)
// Normalize input image (optional)
StatisticsReader::Pointer statisticsReader = StatisticsReader::New();
MeasurementType meanMeasurementVector;
MeasurementType varianceMeasurementVector;
MeasurementType stddevMeasurementVector;
RescalerType::Pointer rescaler = RescalerType::New();
......@@ -122,12 +122,12 @@ int ImageSVMClassifier::Execute(otb::ApplicationOptionsResult* parseResult)
// Load input image statistics
meanMeasurementVector = statisticsReader->GetStatisticVectorByName("mean");
varianceMeasurementVector = statisticsReader->GetStatisticVectorByName("variance");
stddevMeasurementVector = statisticsReader->GetStatisticVectorByName("stddev");
std::cout << "mean used: " << meanMeasurementVector << std::endl;
std::cout << "variance used: " << varianceMeasurementVector << std::endl;
std::cout << "standard deviation used: " << stddevMeasurementVector << std::endl;
std::cout << "Shift and scale of the input image !" << std::endl;
// Rescale vector image
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