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1 November 1990 New method of target recognition and count
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Scanning count is an efficient way to recognize and count the number of components in a picture . After all points in one line of a target having been scanned, one of the end points in the next line of the target can be determined,then the new line can be scanned . At the sane time , the line of another side is checked to avoid any omission .Of course, this method is easy to detect that one target has been scanned over. Each point in a target is visited approximate two times . And break points can be jumped over automatically . The number and each area of targets are then calculated . Compared with the conventional algorithms, the new one is simple and fast, and is practicable in personal computers.
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Aiming Sun and Guiying Wang "New method of target recognition and count", Proc. SPIE 1349, Applications of Digital Image Processing XIII, (1 November 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.23551
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