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# for a fixed p. An affine transformation yields: A(L(x, y)) = L(ax+by+c, dx+ey+ f) = sp(ax+by+c). = get sp(ax

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for a fixed p. An affine transformation yields: A(L(x, y)) = L(ax+by+c, dx+ey+ f) = sp(ax+by+c). = get sp(ax book

# for a fixed p. An affine transformation yields: A(L(x, y)) = L(ax+by+c, dx+ey+ f) = sp(ax+by+c). = get sp(ax

DOI link for for a fixed p. An affine transformation yields: A(L(x, y)) = L(ax+by+c, dx+ey+ f) = sp(ax+by+c). = get sp(ax

for a fixed p. An affine transformation yields: A(L(x, y)) = L(ax+by+c, dx+ey+ f) = sp(ax+by+c). = get sp(ax book

## ABSTRACT

An experimental study analyzing the shape of my(x ) for a wide range of parameters has revealed a simple but effective test for “sharpness” : Check that a peak at half its height is no wider than a fixed threshold, which only depends on the window size w. That is, given a local maximum v = my(xm) greater than a threshold Cmim test whether my(xm ± δχ) < v/2, where δχ is approximately w/10.