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Ranklet

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In statistics, a ranklet is an orientation-selective non-parametric feature which is based on the computation of Mann–Whitney–Wilcoxon (MWW) rank-sum test statistics. Ranklets achieve similar response to Haar wavelets as they share the same pattern of orientation-selectivity, multi-scale nature and a suitable notion of completeness. There were invented by Fabrizio Smeralhi in 2002. Rank-based (non-parametric) features have become popular in the field of for their robustness in detecting outliers and invariance to monotonic transformations such as brightness, contrast changes and gamma correction. The MWW is a combination of Wilcoxon rank-sum test and Mann–Whitney U-test. It is a non-parametric alternative to the t-test used to test the hypothesis for the comparison of two independent distributions. It assesses whether two samples of observations, usually referred as Treatment T and Control C, come from the same distribution but do not have to be normally distributed. The Wilcoxon
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