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    MSE of an image

    How can I calculate the Mean Square Error (MSE) of two RGB images (having 3 channels)? I am using the Opencv Library and it does not appear to have a function for this. Is there any formula? Please help..

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    Lindley is offline Elite Member Power Poster
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    Re: MSE of an image

    Are you assuming they're aligned, or are you using the MSE to try and align them? (There are better ways to align images, but MSE is a conceptually simple one.)

    If the former, then pseudocode would be:
    FOR every pixel
        FOR every channel
            ACCUMULATE the square difference in pixel channel intensity
    DIVIDE by the number of pixels*channels
    Using OpenCV, this may actually be easier if you convert your IplImage into a CvMat, because finding the squared difference of two matrices is very straightforward, as is accumulating an array. But the problem is trivial enough that a simple series of loops is probably about the same amount of code.

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