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Two examples of image are local edge orientation and local velocity in an image sequence.

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In addition to having certainty measures included in the representation, the representation of the corresponding feature values may itself be suitable.

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In some applications it is not sufficient to extract only one type of feature to obtain the relevant information from the image data.

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In computer vision and image processing, a feature is a piece of information which is relevant for solving the computational task related to a certain application.

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A specific image feature, defined in terms of a specific structure in the image data, can often be represented in different ways. 

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