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Digital geometry
Digital geometry deals with discrete sets (usually discrete point sets) considered to be digitized models or images of objects of the 2D or 3D Euclidean space.Simply put, digitizing is replacing an ob...
Digital topology
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Digital topology
Digital topology deals with properties and features of two-dimensional (2D) or three-dimensional (3D) digital imagesthat correspond to topological properties (e.g., connectedness) or topological featu...
Morphological skeleton
In digital image processing, morphological skeleton is a skeleton (or medial axis) representation of a shape or binary image, computed by means of morphological operators.Morphological skeletons are o...
Euler operator
In mathematics Euler operators may refer to:
In solid modeling and computer-aided design, the Euler operators modify the graph of connections to add or remove details of a mesh while preserving it...
Midpoint circle algorithm
In computer graphics, the midpoint circle algorithm is an algorithm used to determine the points needed for drawing a circle. Bresenham's circle algorithm is derived from the midpoint circle algorithm...
Display resolution
This chart shows the most common display resolutions, with the color of each resolution type indicating the display ratio (e.g. red indicates a 4:3 ratio)The display resolution or display modes of a ...
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Thinning
Thinning is a term used in agricultural sciences to mean the removal of some plants, or parts of plants, to make room for the growth of others.
Thinning in forestry is the selective removal of tre...
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Closing (morphology)
In mathematical morphology, the closing of a set (binary image) A by a structuring element B is the erosion of the dilation of that set,where and denote the dilation and erosion, respectively. In i...
Closing (morphology) - Wikipedia
Color depth
Color depth, also known as bit depth, is either the number of bits used to indicate the color of a single pixel, in a bitmapped image or video frame buffer, or the number of bits used for each color c...
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Pixel aspect ratio
Pixel aspect ratio (often abbreviated PAR) is a mathematical ratio that describes how the width of a pixel in a digital image compares to the height of that pixel.Most digital imaging systems display ...
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Dilation (morphology)
Dilation is one of the basic operations in mathematical morphology. Originally developed for binary images, it has been expanded first to grayscale images, and then to complete lattices. The dilation ...
Dilation (morphology) - Wikipedia
Watershed (image processing)
In the study of image processing a watershed of a grayscale image is analogous to the notion of a catchment basin of a heightmap. In short, a drop of water following the gradient of an image flows alo...
Watershed (image processing) - Wikipedia
SPHARM-PDM
SPHARM-PDM toolbox is a shape correspondence software package developed by the Neuro Image Research and Analysis Laboratories at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. SPHARM-PDM is a tool t...
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Hit-or-miss transform
In mathematical morphology, hit-or-miss transform is an operation that detects a given configuration (or pattern) in a binary image, using the morphological erosion operator and a pair of disjoint str...
Hit-or-miss transform - Wikipedia
Mathematical morphology
Mathematical morphology (MM) is a theory and technique for the analysis and processing of geometrical structures, based on set theory, lattice theory, topology, and random functions. MM is most common...
Mathematical morphology - Wikipedia
Digital Morse theory
In mathematics, Digital Morse theory is a digital adaptation of continuum Morse theory for scalar volume data. This is not about Samuel Morse Code.The main utility of a digital Morse theory is that it...
Shape analysis (digital geometry)
This article describes shape analysis to analyze and process geometric shapes. The shape analysis described here is related to the statistical analysis of geometric shapes, to shape matching and shape...
Morphological gradient
In mathematical morphology and digital image processing, a morphological gradient is the difference between the dilation and the erosion of a given image. It is an image where each pixel value (typica...
Summed area table
A summed area table is a data structure and algorithm for quickly and efficiently generating the sum of values in a rectangular subset of a grid. In the image processing domain, it is also known as an...
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Digital manifold
In mathematics, a digital manifold is a special kind of combinatorial manifold which is defined in digital space i.e. grid cell space. A combinatorial manifold is a kind of manifold which is a discret...
Canberra distance
The Canberra distance is a numerical measure of the distance between pairs of points in a vector space, introduced in 1966and refined in 1967 by G. N. Lance and W. T. Williams. It is a weighted versio...
Cutting sequence
In digital geometry, a cutting sequence is a sequence of symbols whose elements correspond to the individual grid lines crossed ("cut") as a curve crosses a square grid.Sturmian words are a special ca...
Cutting sequence - Wikipedia
Erosion (morphology)
Erosion is one of two fundamental operations (the other being dilation) in morphological image processing from which all other morphological operations are based. It was originally defined for binary ...
Erosion (morphology) - Wikipedia
Pixel connectivity
In image processing and image recognition, pixel connectivity is the way in which pixels in 2- or 3-dimensional images relate to their neighbors.
Trivial4-Connected pixels are neighbors to every p...
Mario's Super Picross
Mario's Super Picross (マリオのスーパーピクロス, Mario no Sūpā Pikurosu) is a Super Famicom sequel to Mario's Picross. It is erroneously named as Mario's Picross 2, which is actually the name of the Game ...
Jean Serra
Jean Paul Frédéric Serra (born 1940 in Algeria) is a French mathematician and engineer, and known as one of the co-founders (together with Georges Matheron) of mathematical morphology.
Serra recei...
Controlled image base
Controlled image base or CIB is unclassified digital imagery, produced to support mission planning and command, control, communications, and intelligence systems. CIB is used as a map substitute for e...
Georges Matheron
Georges François Paul Marie Matheron (December 2, 1930 – August 7, 2000) was a French mathematician and geologist, known as the founder of geostatistics and a co-founder (together with Jean Serra) of ...
Structuring element
In mathematical morphology, a structuring element (s.e.) is a shape, used to probe or interact with a given image, with the purpose of drawing conclusions on how this shape fits or misses the shapes ...