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HistogramEqualize

The option HistogramClippingFactor→c, with the clipping factor c in the range 0≤c≤1, may be used to alter the result returned by HistogramEqualize. The histogram of the original image h is clipped at value c Max[h] and the residue is uniformly redistributed over all the bins of the histogram h. This alters the shape of the cumulative histogram and therefore the transfer function of the equalization transformation.
The default setting HistogramClippingFactorNone computes histogram equalization using unaltered histogram values.

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