Linear Spatial Filter

A linear Spatial Filter is typically used to change the spatial frequency characteristics of an image. For example, a linear spatial filter that emphasizes high spatial frequencies (high-pass) tends to sharpen the edges of an image, while a linear spatial filter that emphasizes low spatial frequencies (low-pass) will tend to blur the image and reduce noise.

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