Mathematical Morphology

Mathematical Morphology : Theory and Hardware

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This volume contains essays on an important mathematical component of research in image processing and computer graphics. Contributors explore the many facets of digital graphics and morphology.
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  • Hardback | 672 pages
  • 150 x 230mm
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0195081870
  • 9780195081879

Table of contents

Robert M. Haralick: Introduction to mathematical morphology; Xinhua Zhuang: Decomposition of morphological structuring elements; Gunilla Borgefors: Distance transforms for digital image processing; Bhabatosh Chanda and Robert M. Haralick: Mathematical morphology and geometrical properties of digital objects; Gerald Jean Francis Banon and Junio Barrera: Set mapping decompositions by mathematical morphology; Jisheng Song and Edward Delp: The generalized morphological filter; Peter J. Marineau and Michael M. Skolnick: Pebble Pond: A morphological algorithm for representing diverse spatial structure; Edward Dougherty: Morphological openings and granulometries: Binary to Euclidean Gray-Scale; Stephen S. Wilson: Matrix morphology: Mathematical morphology on matrices of images; John Goutsias: Modelling random shapes: An introduction to set theory; Petros Maragos: Representation theorems for morphological and related non-linear signal operators; J.B.T.M. Roerdin: On the construction of translation and rotation invariant morphological operators; Christian Rose: Openings: main properties, and how to construct them; Frank Y. Shih and Owen Robert Mitchell: Threshold decomposition of Gray-Scale morphology into binary and its structuring element decomposition; V. Anastassopoulos, A.C.P. Loui, Z. Zhou and A.N. Venesanopoulos: Morphological shape representation and recognition.
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